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Nathan is a registered patent attorney with extensive experience in intellectual property matters including preparing and prosecuting patent applications, conducting prior art searches and clearance reviews, and preparing patentability, validity, and infringement opinions. Nathan’s practice also includes patent litigation support and post-grant proceedings, including Inter Partes Reviews and ex parte reexaminations.
Before joining our firm, Nathan worked in the San Francisco office of a major multinational general practice law firm where he assisted in due diligence and clearance reviews in addition to patent prosecution. Prior to that, he worked in an Am Law 100 law firm’s San Francisco office where he focused on patent prosecution and litigation support.
While in law school, Nathan interned with the Office of Technology Transfer at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, where he prepared provisional applications and licensing materials for inventions generated by CDC labs.
Outside of work, Nathan enjoys taking road trips and camping across the Mountain West.
- Public/Private Cloud Systems
- Software as a Service
- Platform as a Service
- Infrastructure as a Service
- Cloud-based Authorization, Authentication, and Encryption services
- Data Enrichment, Data Integration, Data Discovery and Curation, and other “Big Data” services
- Autonomous Vehicles and Ride Matching Services
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
- Object Storage Services
- Email Management Services
- Payment Processing Systems and Services
- Image-based Search Services
- Machine Learning
- Consumer Devices
- Mobile Apps
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
- Provided litigation support and due diligence services while at Am Law 100 firms.
- Prepared and assisted in prosecution of inter partes reviews on behalf of Oracle.
- Recognized as a Rising Star in Intellectual Property in Super Lawyers magazine 2017-2021
- Emory University School of Law, 2007
Undergraduate / Graduate Education:
- B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004