Nathan is a Director in the firm’s Concord, New Hampshire, office. His work focuses on complex commercial litigation matters in the construction, health care, insurance, and financial services industries. He frequently represents clients in state and federal courts, as well as before numerous state agencies and the Legislature. Nathan also advises clients in government investigations and provides cyber-security counseling.
Nathan frequently authors publications and provides presentations on a variety of legal topics in the construction industry, as well as developments in data security and breach notification laws, and the changing legal landscape for cannabis-related businesses.
In recognition of his notable work for clients, Nathan has been named multiple times to the “Under 40 Hot List” by Benchmark Litigation, which recognizes the "nation’s most notable up-and-coming litigation attorneys." This list is compiled through a process of both peer review and case examination.
Nathan is an active member of the community. He has served on multiple committees of the New Hampshire Bar Association. In November 2019, he was elected to a four-year term as an at-large councilor on the Concord City Council. Previously, Nathan served on the Concord School Board (2015-2018). He also coaches youth baseball and basketball.
During law school, Nathan interned for the United States Department of Justice and The Honorable Mary Ellen Coster Williams at the United States Court of Federal Claims. After graduation, Nathan practiced law in Washington, D.C., with the international law firm Reed Smith LLP, before returning home to New Hampshire.
- New Hampshire Bar Association - Legislative Committee, Member
- New Hampshire Bar Association - New Lawyers Section, Member
- "Health Reform Legislation Includes Significant Amendments to the False Claims Act," co-author, Federal Forecaster, Vol. VI, No. 2 (Spring 2010)
- "The President Signs a Significant Amendment to the Federal False Claims Act," co-author, Financial Fraud Law Report (September 2009)
- "Sweeping Changes to the Federal False Claims Act Are on the Horizon," co-author, Financial Fraud Law Report (May 2009)
- "Changes to the Federal False Claims Act Are on the Horizon," co-author, Federal Forecaster, Vol. V, No. 2 (Spring 2009)
- Comment, "Bringing Bloggers Into the Journalistic Privilege Fold," 55 Catholic Law Review 1059 (Summer 2006)