Brad Nitschke is a seasoned advocate and counselor, whose clients look to him for pragmatic advice and creative advocacy to protect their interests. A partner in both Jackson Walker’s Litigation and Special Investigations/White Collar Defense practices, Brad is equipped to help clients navigate the wave of complex issues that begins to build the moment a problem or dispute arises. From the outset of an engagement, Brad works with clients to define the challenge at hand, identify the goal, and chart a course to the client’s desired end result, working within the framework of the client’s mission, financial and operational needs, and internal and external reputation. Clients faced with a crisis that demands immediate attention count on Brad to quickly identify key facts to determine “what really happened,” advise the client’s communications team in planning for trial in civil courts and the court of public opinion, and implement a response plan that helps solve the core problem and manage legal risk. Brad has tried cases to verdict in state and federal courts, and has particular experience in investigations and crisis response involving allegations of sexual misconduct, financial improprieties, and health care fraud and abuse. Brad’s extensive experience in these areas also equips him to work with proactive clients who want to identify areas of potential exposure and develop policies and practices to help minimize future risk before a problem arises.
B.A., Texas A&M University
J.D., University of Texas School of Law
Supreme Court of Texas
United States District Court for the Northern, Southern, and Eastern Districts of Texas