Nathan joined the Hall Booth Smith, P.C. in March 2013. His practice focuses on medical malpractice, hospital litigation, and general litigation. Nathan graduated magna cum laude from Georgia State University's College of Law in 2009. During law school, he served as the Executive Editor of the Georgia State University Law Review and as an extern for the Supreme Court of Georgia and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. Also, he received the C.A.L.I. Award for the highest grade in Civil Procedure.
After law school, Nathan served two years as a Staff Attorney for the State Court of Forsyth County. Prior to joining HBS, Nathan represented numerous clients in insurance defense matters and has tried several serious criminal cases. Nathan brings a wide-ranging amount of knowledge and experience to the Medical Malpractice, Dental, and Criminal Practice Groups.
Nathan has served as both Regional Coordinator for Georgia High School Mock Trial Competition and as an Attorney Team Coach. His interests include major league baseball and world travel.
Nathan is committed to preserving the integrity of the trial process by convincing appellate courts to closely scrutinize erroneous orders and ruling of trial courts. As one of the principle member of HBS' Appellate Practice Group, his practice focuses on authoring and arguing post-trial motions and briefs to the highest courts in the state. Nathan has successfully challenged and defended the rulings of trial courts pertaining to jury instructions, Daubert challenges, expert qualifications, proximate cause, burden of proof, juror selection, summary judgment, directed verdict, punitive damages, offers of judgment, sanctions, attorney's fees, and appellate procedure.
In 2014, Nathan had the honor and privilege of serving as a presenter for Institute of Continuing Judicial Education of Georgia, teaching state and superior court judges how to avoid reversal when issuing orders sealing court records and limiting the public access to courtrooms.