Nadia Hasan focuses her practice on business litigation. She represents large public and private companies, as well as mid-sized and smaller businesses, and has substantial experience in complex business litigation, real estate litigation, business competitor disputes, employment disputes and contract disputes.
Nadia has independently tried and arbitrated cases where she has consistently obtained favorable verdicts for her clients. Nadia also counsels businesses regarding risk management and avoidance, employment related matters, and insurance coverage issues.
Nadia is very involved in her community. She is an adjunct faculty for the University of Saint Thomas Law School's Bankruptcy Litigation Clinic. The clinic provides pro bono bankruptcy litigation services and counseling to indigent people in connection with Chapter Seven bankruptcies. Nadia sits on the board of directors for the Battered Women's Legal Advocacy Project, a nonprofit organization serving victims of domestic violence. Nadia is also a member of the leadership committee for the Be The Match Foundation, a nonprofit corporation that assists in locating lifesaving marrow transplants for individuals with life threatening blood cancers. Nadia also volunteers at immigration and naturalization ceremonies in connection with the Minnesota State Bar Association. Nadia also volunteers as a mock trial coach for middle school students through the Minnesota State Bar Association. Finally, Nadia is a member of Cozen O'Connor's pro bono committee. For more information regarding Cozen O'Connor's commitment to pro bono work, please see http://www.cozen.com/about/probono.
Nadia has been named as a Rising Star in the area of Business Litigation by Minnesota Super Lawyers magazine, an honor given to only 2.5 percent of Minnesota attorneys.
Nadia joined Cozen O'Connor in 2013. Prior to joining Cozen O'Connor, she worked at Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP. Nadia attended the University of Minnesota Law School, where she graduated cum laude.