Nathan Kunz defends his clients and pursues their claims across a broad spectrum of matters in State and Federal courts. As a commercial litigator, Nathan has extensive experience with breach of contract disputes, including vendor disputes and guaranty defense. He equally represents clients in trademark infringement, intra-business fiduciary, defamation, multi-level marketing and commercial landlord-tenant disputes. Nathan’s significant litigation and trial experience enables him to counsel his clients about the merits, risks, and cost-benefit analysis of litigation. Above all, Nathan works to understand his clients’ objectives and to devise the best strategy for them.
Nathan’s notable experience includes:
Trademark and patent infringement litigation.
Defending commercial guarantors against lenders, including pursuing their affirmative defenses and counterclaims.
FINRA arbitration, representing members against customer claims.
Resolving acrimonious intra-company disputes between members of limited liability companies and between business partners in addition to those among investors, directors, and officers.
Defamation litigation, including cases involving anonymous online posts.
Won summary judgment and appeal to defeat legal malpractice and fraud claims against a large, national law firm for which plaintiffs sought more than $5 million in damages.
Achieved a highly favorable settlement through aggressive motion practice and discovery in multimillion dollar limited-liability company member dispute.
Defended a client against suit for trademark infringement resulting in a favorable settlement for the client.
Secured dismissal with prejudice for client sued for allegedly violating securities laws.
Obtained a highly favorable settlement for client in its suit for patent infringement.
"The best advice I’ve received about the practice of law is that trial practice must include cost-benefit analysis.”