Nathan P. Walter is an associate in Watt Tieder’s Irvine office specializing in civil matters ranging from commercial and construction litigation to intellectual property prosecution.
Prior to joining Watt Tieder, Nathan practiced aviation and aerospace litigation, with a focus on emerging technologies such as drone aviation. He was fortunate to have successfully represented a variety of multimillion-dollar companies in court, wherein his advocacy defeated complaints against his clients even before the initiation of discovery.
Nathan graduated from UCLA Law where he worked in the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Hardcore Gang Unit. During that time, he assisted in the sentencing of one California’s most prolific gang-mercenaries, Cleamon Johnson. Outside of the office, Nathan has acted as a judge in the National Mock Trial Competition.
Nathan now merges his experience in high-stakes trial work and complex contract/regulatory litigation in his civil litigation and intellectual property practice at Watt Tieder.
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