Nate Viebrock focuses his practice on counseling the firm’s financial services clients on how to navigate government investigations and offer compliant financial products that serve the best interests of consumers. Prior to joining Bradley, Nate worked at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) as an enforcement attorney and outreach associate. While at the CFPB, Nate handled matters related to debt collection, mortgage servicing and origination, and financial technology. He also met with stakeholders to solicit their feedback regarding residential mortgages, auto finance, the CARD Act, and small dollar lending. His government service affords clients the opportunity to consult an attorney with a unique understanding of the goals of government regulators and an appreciation for the compliance challenges that increased regulation can cause financial service providers.

Nate received his J.D. from the University of Georgia School of Law, where he served as president of the Equal Justice Foundation, an organization dedicated to raising money to support public-interest fellowships for law students. He dedicated his law school summers to clerking at state and federal public defender offices where he developed his litigation skills and learned to advocate for the best interests of his clients.