Nathan is an associate at Brooks, Cameron, & Huebsch, PLLC. and practices in the area of intellectual property. Nathan is a registered patent attorney with the U.S. Patent and trademark Office and is admitted to practice law in the state of Minnesota. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and continued to work in the Department of Dermatology where he participated in cancer and tick-borne disease research and co-authored five peer-reviewed scientific publications. Subsequent to researching, Nathan went on to earn his law degree from the University of Saint Thomas School of Law, where he participated in the Giles S. Rich IP Moot Court Competition and was Managing Editor of the Journal of Law and Public Policy.
Nathan’s practice includes the drafting and prosecution of hundreds of US, PCT and foreign patent applications in diverse technical areas including semiconductor design and fabrication, Flash memory, electrical circuits, internet of things, autonomous vehicles, machine learning, mechanical devices, networking, cloud computing, software, biotechnology, biomedical devices, mechanical systems, electrical and electro-mechanical systems, wireless communications and data networking, non-cellular wireless technologies including NFC and RFID, video coding and communication protocols, and various other wireless communications areas.
For the last 9 years, Nathan has assisted companies in the development of their technology. Prior to working at Brooks, Cameron, & Huebsch, PLLC, he clerked in the Corporate Patents Department at Medtronic, Inc. where he reported directly to the Chief and Deputy Patent Counsels. In this capacity, he participated in the development and on-going maintenance of intellectual property assets by performing due diligence patent analysis, researching foreign patent systems, and collaborating with the team in acquisition and enforcement of patent assets. At present, Nathan performs client counseling, due diligence, and opinion work (infringement analysis, freedom to operate, etc.) for various start-up and multi-national clients including several Fortune 500 corporations.
In addition, Nathan has significant experience counseling start-up and multi-national clients for purposes of procuring IP protection on products, commercializing IP protected products, and licensing of IP protected products.
In his free time, Nathan enjoys reading, golfing, snowboarding, gardening, and spending time with his family.
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