Nuechterlein

Former United States Magistrate Judge Christopher A. Nuechterlein served in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana for more than sixteen years, where he presided over civil and criminal trials, hearings, and pre-trial motions.  He successfully mediated hundreds of lawsuits involving commercial transactions, employment discrimination, environmental and administrative law, Constitutional and civil rights, as well as patent, trademark and copyright disputes.
 
As an Assistant United States Attorney in Sacramento, California, for nine years, Judge Nuechterlein investigated and prosecuted cases involving conspiracy, fraud, public corruption, tax, and major drug crimes.  In addition to his trial responsibilities, Judge Nuechterlein held several supervisory positions including Executive Assistant United States Attorney, Chief of the Criminal Division, Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division, and Chief of the Special Prosecutions Unit.  Judge Nuechterlein also served with the United States Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., for six years, where he investigated and prosecuted fraud and environmental cases.  He also served as the Assistant Director of the Attorney General’s Advocacy Institute, where he was responsible for the training of all federal prosecutors in the United States.  Previously, Judge Nuechterlein engaged in the private practice of law and served as a bank officer in northern Indiana from 1978 to 1983.

Career Highlights 
United States Magistrate Judge for the Northern District of Indiana (2000 - 2016)
Assistant Commissioner and Chief Counsel, California Department of Corporations (1998 – 2000)
Federal prosecutor in the United States Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. and Sacramento, California. (1983 – 1998)
Executive Assistant United States Attorney and Chief of the Criminal Division
Judicial Law Clerk to a United States District Judge (1976 – 1978)
Community and Professional Activities 
Taught Trial Advocacy at Valparaiso University Law School and the University of Notre Dame Law School.
Participated in numerous bench and bar conferences and Continuing Legal Education seminars as a presenter and panel member on legal topics.
Counselor and Master, Robert A. Grant Inn of Court
Fun Facts 
Has traveled to five continents and forty-nine states in the US.
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