In every aspect of his practice, Nathaniel strives to provide innovative and comprehensive solutions that deliver positive client results.


Nathaniel focuses his practice on business and commercial litigation. His clients come from diverse industries, including financial institutions, energy and public utilities, aviation, construction, telecommunications, and software development, among others. Employing a personable approach—and with the aid of his passion for creative problem-solving—Nathaniel guides his clients through every stage of the litigation process.

Prior to joining Stinson, Nathaniel gained valuable experience as a law clerk for Judge Anthony Navarro of the Colorado Court of Appeals. In this role, Nathaniel assisted Judge Navarro in researching novel issues of law and drafting opinions. Additionally, Nathaniel interned at the Colorado Supreme Court during law school, where he assisted the Justices in ruling on pending petitions for certiorari. Nathaniel brings this unique perspective from the bench to his practice.


General Business and Appellate Litigation

Nathaniel represents private businesses in claims for breach of contract, negligent and false representation, business torts, and other business disputes.

Energy and Construction Litigation

Represents a joint owner of a coal-fired power plant in an operational and maintenance dispute.

Assists clients in construction disputes involving energy cost savings guarantees with county- and municipal-level government entities.

Banking and Financial Services Litigation

Nathaniel represents multiple banks in resolving disputes involving every aspect of the financial services industry.

Successfully negotiated a settlement in an adversary proceeding in Colorado bankruptcy court.

Aviation and Aerospace

Represents airlines against claims brought under the Montreal Convention.

Civil Rights and Wrongful Conviction

Represents a formerly incarcerated client in his FTCA litigation against the federal government.

Assists the Korey Wise Innocence Project in obtaining post-conviction relief for incarcerated persons who have been wrongfully convicted.

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Professional & Civic Activities

Professional & Civic Activities

Colorado LGBT Bar Association

Korey Wise Innocence Project

Practices & Industries


  • Washington, 2024
  • Colorado, 2020
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, 2022
  • U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado, 2022


University of Colorado Law School, J.D., 2020

  • University of Colorado Law Review, Articles Editor
  • Student Attorney, CU Law Appellate Advocacy Practicum

George Mason University, B.F.A., 2017

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