Nathan has been a commercial litigator since graduating from New York University School of Law in 2003. Prior to joining the firm, Nathan received the “big law” experience at Kaye Scholer LLP, where he was an associate in their complex commercial litigation department for more than a decade before joining the litigation group at the boutique law firm of Graubard Miller.
Nathan has represented individuals and companies across a broad spectrum of industries, including healthcare/pharmaceuticals, insurance, real estate, securities, apparel and food services, in all phases of complex commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution; he has extensive experience taking and defending depositions, overseeing the production and receipt of large document productions, drafting and arguing motions and preparing for bench and jury trials.
Nathan achieved successful outcomes on behalf of a major international pharmaceuticals manufacturer in private payor multi-district litigation and multiple state attorney general actions in federal and state courts alleging fraudulent pricing practices and violations of federal/state anti-kickback statutes, false claims and deceptive trade practices acts and other state consumer protection laws. He served as coordinating counsel on behalf of a joint defense group comprising dozens of national and international pharmaceuticals manufacturers and assumed lead role in taking depositions of numerous state Medicaid officials.
Other representative matters include shareholder suits, corporate governance, labor and employment, breach of contract, fraud, conversion and trusts and estates.
Nathan is committed to providing cost effective solutions that ensure his client’s business objectives are never compromised. No matter the size or nature of the case, clients can expect to receive the same unsurpassed level of dedication and top notch service.
J.D., New York University School of Law, 2003
- United States District Court, Southern District of New York
- United States District Court, Eastern District of New York