Mr. Nidel received a masters degree in chemical engineering from M.I.T. and went work work for one of the largest and most respected pharmaceutical companies in the world. He quickly realized that his own values and morals were often in sharp conflict with those of his employer. This tension ultimately drove Chris to leave his engineering career to attend law school.
After receiving his J.D. from the University of Virginia, Chris went to work with Baron and Budd in Dallas, Texas. After a few years in Texas, Chris returned to Washington, D.C. and in 2006 opened his own law practice. He currently runs his own firm, Nidel Law, PLLC specializing in environmental, chemical, and pharmaceutical litigation. Mr. Nidel has taken a lead on representing people who have been injured as a result of water fluoridation, and filed the first case in the country against companies selling bottled water with added fluoride that failed to warn about the risks of dental fluorosis.
Mr. Nidel supports Moms Against Fluoridation and cares deeply about helping people, helping those who have been harmed and seeking justice for the injured.