Good Judgment. Wise Counsel. Aggressive Representation.

Attorney David Nacht

Firm Founder And Principal

David Nacht, the firm founder, holds degrees from Harvard College and the University of Michigan Law School. He has tried numerous cases and obtains dozens of five-figure settlements and many six-figure settlements for his clients in negotiation and litigation each year. read more

Attorney Nicholas Roumel

Principal

Nicholas Roumel is a trial lawyer with over 30 years’ experience in federal and state courts. He began his career at the Free Legal Aid Clinic in Detroit, helping victims of domestic violence. From there he served the legal needs of Detroit’s indigent population at Wayne County Neighborhood Legal Services, until 1989 when he moved to University of Michigan Student Legal Services for 14 years. read more

Attorney Fabiola Galguera

Associate Se Habla Espanol

Fabiola Galguera joined NachtLaw in 2020. She was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan, receiving a Bachelor of Arts with High Distinction in Political Science. While completing her undergraduate degree, she was involved with the Undergraduate Political Science Association and worked for legal counsel to the Hialeah Police Department and the City of Hialeah in South Florida. In this time, she learned about employment and criminal law and took an interest in both. She also took an interest in conflict resolution while working as a Student Facilitator at the University of Michigan Office of Student Conflict Resolution. read more

Attorney Fabiola Galguera

Associate

Amanda M. Ghannam is an attorney proudly representing workers in employment disputes, survivors of sexual assault, student-complainants in Title IX proceedings, and victims of police misconduct in negotiations and lawsuits in state and federal courts. Amanda specializes in advocacy for clients experiencing discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in the workplace and has secured numerous settlements for clients who were wrongfully terminated. In 2020, Amanda and her co-counsel obtained a historic federal restraining order and preliminary injunction prohibiting the Detroit Police Department from using excessive force against Black Lives Matter protestors. read more