In particular, Nate helps asbestos victims, families and co-counsel file bankruptcy trust claims for numerous trust facilities established for the victims of asbestos-related diseases. He also represents patients who’ve suffered life-altering injuries and complications caused by defective medical drugs and devices..
Prior to joining Motley Rice, Nate served as an associate attorney for multiple Tennessee law firms where he represented clients in estate planning, audits, and tax disputes heard by the U.S. Tax Court, IRS, and Tennessee Department of Revenue. While completing his legal studies, Nate gained additional experience as an extern for the legal department of a global software supplier, and as a judicial intern for Probate Judge Irvin G. Condon for Charleston County, S.C.
Nate’s approach to the law is further strengthened by his prior business experience, including consulting clients on economic trends and investment strategies as a financial advisor for a global wealth management organization, as well as analyzing data and evaluating bid proposals as a project management assistant for a Tennessee construction company before he pursued a legal career.
Recent Blog Posts
January 28, 2019
Looking ahead: Top five litigations to watch in 2019
by: Joseph F. Rice
September 25, 2018
Mesothelioma Awareness Day: It’s past time to save lives
by: John E. Herrick
August 13, 2018
Summer School: The prevalence of asbestos in schools
by: T. David Hoyle
September 27, 2018
Charleston, S.C., Mayor John Tecklenburg proclaims Mesothelioma Awareness Day
August 31, 2018
Paying tribute to one of country’s leading thoracic surgeons and mesothelioma expert, Dr. David Sugarbaker
April 28, 2018
Workers’ Memorial Week: A time to reflect, while pushing forward with protections for the worker
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