Nathan Runyan’s practice focuses on state and local taxation, including property, sales, income, and severance tax issues. He is also experienced in representing clients in government relations, administrative law, and commercial litigation.
Nathan represents clients in virtually all aspects of dispute resolution, including practicing before State and Federal Courts, mediations, arbitrations, state and local administrative tribunals, local boards of equalization, and lobbies.
Nathan’s clients look to him for guidance securing the financial health of their companies. He strategically devises methods to provide his clients with the maximum financial benefits.
Prior to law school, Nathan worked as an income tax auditor for the Utah State Tax Commission. Before joining Holland & Hart, he was a judicial extern for Judge Ted Stewart of the United States Federal District Court for the District of Utah, a summer associate at Holland & Hart, and a summer associate at the Las Vegas office of Lewis and Roca.
State and Local Tax Law. Nathan assists clients with a complete range of state and local tax matters:
State income taxes
State and local gross receipts taxes
Lobbying before state legislative and administrative bodies
Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School, J.D., 2010
Brigham Young University, Marriott School of Management, B.S. Accounting, 2004
Bar Admissions : Utah
Professional and Civic Affiliations:
Utah State Bar, Tax Section, Vice Chair 2016-2017, Treasurer 2015-2016, Programs Chair 2014-2015