Nathan is an experienced advocate and counselor who excels at finding creative solutions to complex problems. During his tenure at Nix Patterson, Nathan has represented a wide array of clients across numerous practice areas. Nathan has represented state governments in the nation’s opioid litigation. He has represented royalty owners in complex oil-and-gas class actions. He has represented Tribal entities in insurance disputes. And he has represented individuals in personal injury matters, including cases involving deprivations of constitutional rights.
Nathan also has experience in crafting solutions outside of the courtroom, including advising clients on legislative drafting and regulatory rulemaking.
Nathan frequently consults on matters related to appellate practice and procedure, including amicus participation and practice before the Oklahoma Supreme Court, where Nathan served as a clerk for the Honorable Justice Patrick R. Wyrick prior to joining Nix Patterson.
Before his time at the firm, Nathan also served as Assistant Solicitor General for the State of Oklahoma, where he litigated on behalf of the State in its most high-profile disputes, including cases in front of the Oklahoma Supreme Court, the United States Courts of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.
Nathan graduated first in his class from the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where he served as editor of the school’s flagship law review and distinguished himself as an exceptional moot-court advocate. His skills for both written and oral advocacy in school culminated in his induction into the national Orders of Scribes and Barristers.