- J.D., University of Arkansas School of Law
- B.A., University of Arkansas, Public Administration; minors in Economics and in Political Science
- American Bar Association
- Arkansas Bar Association
- Washington County Bar Association
- Benton County Bar Association
- Nathan enjoys mentoring early-stage startups using the Lean Methodology. The Lean Methodology is a systematic approach to identifying and eliminating waste in processes to deliver more value to customers with fewer resources. It seeks to optimize workflow, minimize inventory, reduce lead times, and engage and empower employees at all levels.
- He also volunteers with several local conservation nonprofits.
Nathan’s transactional practice focuses on real estate, mergers and acquisitions, corporate and securities law, and business immigration. He regularly advises clients on a variety of issues concerning heavily regulated entities. Nathan works with founders of startups and other small businesses on general corporate matters, including entity selection and formation, capital raises, securities compliance, contract drafting and negotiation, and growth strategies.
Prior to starting his legal career, he traveled the world, worked as a chef, a carpenter, and volunteered with hunger relief and conservation nonprofits.
In law school, Nathan was president of the Environmental Law Society and an active member of the Business Law Society. He also participated in the American Bar Association’s National Appellate Advocacy Competition, where his team received an award for writing one of the best briefs in the nation at the finals round in Chicago.
He also served on the Arkansas Law Review as a Note and Comment Editor. His article, "Nutrient Water Quality Trading: A Market-Based Solution to Water Pollution in the Natural State," 69 Ark. L. Rev. 839, was recently published in the Arkansas Law Review.
Nathan’s transactional practice focuses on real estate, mergers and acquisitions, corporate and securities law, and business immigration. He regularly advises clients on a variety of issues concerning heavily regulated entities. His more recent experience includes:
- Drafting and negotiating commercial real estate contracts
- Counsel to professional services companies pursuing immigrant and non-immigrant visas for highly-skilled workers
- Development and sale of out-of-state manufacturing facility
- Closing greater than $500MM in acquisitions and dispositions
- Environmental permitting analysis for large-scale renewable energy projects
- Successful defense of international nonprofit based on Arkansas’s Recreational Use Statute in the Eighth Circuit
- Drafting conservation easements, construction easements, rights-of-way, negotiating and litigating easement disputes
- Multifamily and student housing acquisitions, dispositions, refinancing, and 1031 exchanges
- Counsel to large hunting clubs in corporate and real property disputes