Mark A. Nadeau is the Founding Partner and Co-managing Partner
of the DLA Piper LLP Phoenix office. He is also a nationally elected member of
DLA Piper’s Policy Committee.
Professor Nadeau is widely recognized as a leading
commentator and has chaired numerous symposia on international dispute
resolution. He is a published author, with articles concerning trade
competition, product liability and dispute resolution for transfers of technology.
He has handled cases for foreign and domestic clients. He is one of seven
prominent members of the international legal community who published a book and
addressed members of the United Nations at the World Summit in Tunisia on
Transfers of Technology. Professor Nadeau’s international arbitration practice
spans Europe, Asia and South America. He is a fellow of The Center for
International Legal Studies in Austria, is on the Board of Advisors for the
LL.M. Program offered by the Center of International Legal Studies and Lazarski
University in Poland, is a member of the London Court of International
Arbitration, is on the Advisory Board to the Institute of Transnational
Arbitration, and is on the Board of Visitors at the University of Pittsburgh
School of Law.
Professor Nadeau is ranked highly for local and national
work in complex commercial litigation. His reported cases span television,
aviation, real estate, hospitality, trade secret, unfair business practices,
product liability, banking, education, technology, and antitrust issues.
Assistant: Kathy Tevis
B.A., University of Colorado, Boulder, 1976
J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law, 1981