Nathan B. Piller is an associate attorney at Schneider Wallace Cottrell Konecky Wotkyns LLP. His practice focuses on complex litigation, with an emphasis on employment and consumer protection class actions.
Mr. Piller graduated law school with a distinction of “High Honors” in Consumer Protection Law and Negotiations, among other courses. He served as the Editor in Chief of the Berkeley Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law and under his stewardship the Journal published several issues with articles covering such topics as Title IX compliance and NCAA “pay to play” schemes. The Journal also put on symposia featuring such speakers as sports agent Leigh Steinberg.
During law school, Mr. Piller also worked as a law clerk at the East Bay Community Law Center’s Health Law Unit, where he represented low-income families in appeals hearings before the Social Security Administration. During his undergraduate studies, Mr. Piller tutored student athletes in various social sciences courses.
Prior to joining Schneider Wallace Cottrell Konecky Wotkyns LLP, Mr. Piller worked as a law clerk at the law firms of Cotchett, Pitre, and McCarthy, and Boxer Gerson.