Nathan’s practice includes patent preparation and prosecution in technology areas including semiconductor design and fabrication, Flash memory, electrical circuits, mechanical devices, networking, cloud computing, software, biotechnology, and biomedical devices. During law school, Nathan participated in the Giles S. Rich IP Moot Court Competition, was Managing Editor of the Journal of Law and Public Policy, and clerked in the Corporate Patents Department at Medtronic. Prior to pursuing patent law, Nathan worked as an Assistant Scientist at the University of Minnesota in Dermatology, where his research focused on the areas of breast and skin cancer, cancer pain, tick-borne infections, multiple sclerosis, and cutaneous neural-immune interactions, resulting in several co-authored publications.
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