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Steven Nathan

Steven Nathan spent his early legal career representing businesses in commercial, securities, and regulatory matters as an Associate in several prestigious firms in New York and in Los Angeles. Through his work, Steve developed a comprehensive knowledge of sophisticated areas of law, including antitrust and securities fraud. Steve developed relationships with exceptional law firms and attorneys who mentored him and helped him develop a broad-ranged and deep analytical approach to litigation. Among Steve’s early accomplishments was obtaining precedent-setting results for the Burbank Airport regarding liability standards for airport operators under Federal Aviation Regulations.

Steve became more immersed in complex antitrust and cyber-security litigation, where he is highly regarded for his organization, analysis, and oversight of eDiscovery and motion practice and is frequently the key contact between case leadership and the eDiscovery team.  Steve is relied on for his ability to manage teams that consistently locate and evaluate the key evidence essential to the successful resolution of his cases.

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Education

Queens College, MSEd, May, 2006

Hofstra University School of Law, JD, with distinction, 1987 

Queens College, BA, 1984 

Bar Admissions

California

New York

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

Numerous District Courts

Affiliations & Memberships

Member, Hofstra Law Review, 1985-1986

Research Editor, Hofstra Law Review, 1986-87 

Chair, Hofstra Law Fellows Program, 1986-87 

Publications

Irving Scher & Steven Nathan, The Role of Comity in Antitrust Discovery, Hausfeld Competition Bulletin, Spring 2018 (Finalist, Business Articles, Concurrences Antitrust Writing Awards 2019)

Principal Author, Report on Jurisdiction of Federal and State Courts over Civil RICO Actions, NYSBA, 1989

Research Assistant, Brodsky & Adamski, Law of Corporate Officers & Directors, (Clark Boardman Callaghan, 1986)