Nathan R. Pittman’s practice focuses on representing corporate and individual clients in connection with government investigations, internal investigations, civil litigation, and white collar defense. Nathan has represented corporate and individual clients in matters before the SEC, FEC, and FINRA, as well as civil litigation in the federal courts.
In connection with these matters, Nathan has experience responding to agency subpoenas through written responses and document productions, including collecting, reviewing and analyzing responsive documents.
Nathan has also assisted in the preparation for witness interviews. Additionally, Nathan has drafted substantive written submissions on the merits of agency inquiries and pleadings and motions in federal civil and criminal litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Nathan served as a law clerk for the Hon. N. Randy Smith of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Nathan also served as a Staff Attorney for the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
During his time as a law student at the William and Mary Law School, Nathan served as a Notes Editor for the William and Mary Law Review and received the Order of the Coif.
William & Mary Law School, JD, summa cum laude, Notes Editor, William and Mary Law Review, 2012
University of Idaho, BA, History and Political Science, summa cum laude, Dean’s List, Phi Beta Kappa, 2009