Nicholas (Nick) Chan is an associate in the firm's Pittsburgh office and a member of the Commercial Disputes practice group. His practice focuses on assisting clients at various stages of a contractual dispute. Nick has experience in motions practice and pre-trial litigation in both state and federal court, representing clients in industries such as telecommunications infrastructure, oil and gas, and mass torts.
Nick maintains a robust pro bono practice. He assists in civil rights issues, particularly in the prisoner rights context. Additionally, Nick uses his legal knowledge to represent veterans in obtaining disability benefits.
Prior to joining the firm, Nick was a summer associate in the firm's Pittsburgh office. While in law school, he served as a student-attorney at the University of Pittsburgh Immigration Law Clinic and competed in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. Nick also served as a judicial intern for Justice Christine Donohue of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, where he conducted comparative state research on history and legal developments of Pennsylvania Constitution Article I and drafted research memos on standards for ineffective counsel, erroneous jury instructions, and due process violations.
Additionally, Nick is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) by the Project Management Institute.
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