Daniel Nardello – Q&A by Jeff Storey
- August 15, 2014
- | New York Law Journal
Forget the image you may have of the hard-boiled private investigator waiting in a seedy office for clients to show up.
Daniel Nardello, 57, is the chief executive officer of Nardello & Co., an independent investigative firm that opened in 2003. He is a graduate of New York University School of Law and a former assistant US attorney in the Southern District.
The firm has offices in New York, London, Washington, Milan, Hong Kong and Dubai. According to its website, it has handled work for law firms, financial institutions and funds, corporations, family offices and high-net-worth individuals, municipalities and governments.
“All too often,” the answers those clients need “lie below the surface,” the company says.
NYUAD Hires New Investigators to Revisit Labor Conditions
- July 02, 2014
- | Washington Square News
NYU Abu Dhabi’s regional partner Tamkeen will hire the corporate investigating firm Nardello & Co. to look into labor conditions at the Saadiyat Island campus.
The news came a little more than a month after The New York Times ran a story that alleged that the subcontractors used by NYUAD and Tamkeen had violated NYU’s labor code.
“As we said in May, we want to determine what happened and take appropriate action,” said NYU spokesman John Beckman. “Nardello & Co.’s role will be to determine what happened.”
Labor Conditions at N.Y.U.’s Abu Dhabi Campus to Be Investigated by US Firm
- June 26, 2014
- NY Region | The New York Times
New York University and the government of Abu Dhabi said this week that an investigative firm headed by a former federal prosecutor had been hired to conduct an inquiry into labor conditions at the university’s new Middle East campus.
The move comes a month after The New York Times reported on widespread labor abuses in the construction of N.Y.U. Abu Dhabi, which opens to students in the fall. The firm, Nardello & Company, which has offices around the world, will “conduct an independent review of allegations of labor violations,” N.Y.U. announced on Wednesday, “with a focus on those recently reported in the media.”
Daniel Nardello, the company’s founder, will lead the inquiry. In an interview, he said that he had not yet settled on any methodology, but that his team would include staff members from London and Dubai who had expertise in the region. “I assume that I will have wide access to speak to the people I need to speak to,” Mr. Nardello said.