Seth Nadler



Seth Nadler is an associate of Imbesi Law P.C. Seth's areas of legal practice include employment discrimination, wage and hour litigation, personal injury and entertainment law.

Previously, Seth practiced as a federal litigator in the areas of employment law and disability law.

Seth graduated from The University of Minnesota Law School, where he served as a staff member on The Journal of Law & Inequality. Seth graduated from Brooklyn College.

Seth is Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Disability Rights Committee and a contributing writer to their newsletter.


Robert Cuthbert Jr., Seth A. Nadler, James Eimers, Sam Gyung, Denying Credit: The Failure to Transition Troops to Civilian Employment, Veterans Legal Services Clinic, Yale Law School (December 2013).

Seth A. Nadler, Disability Rights and the Next President: A Perspective on What the Future May Hold
Seth A. Nadler, New Robes, Old Habits: Supreme Court Neil Gorsuch, American Bar Association, Vol. 1, No. 3 (Spring 2017). Seth A. Nadler, The Virtual Reality of Disability Law: Federal Courts Adjudicate Website Accessibility and Title III of the ADA, American Bar Association, Vol. 1, No. 4 (Summer 2017).

Shawne McGibon, Seth A. Nadler, Connie VOgelmnan, SSA Representative Payee: Survey of State Guardianship Laws and Court Practices, Administrative Conference of the United States (December 2014).

Additional Information

ABA Young Lawyers Liaison on Law and Public Education, 2015-2017
ABA Young Lawyers Division Disability Rights Committee Vice-Chair 2016-2017
General Counsel to All For One Entertainment, Inc.