NATHANIEL LOVE is a litigator who helps companies in the software, mobile device and related technology fields resolve challenging problems presented by patent and trade secret litigation in district courts and on appeal.
Nat tackles complex patent damages issues, including those presented by plaintiffs with litigation-driven business models. Nat also has extensive experience in both patent and breach of contract cases involving patents declared essential to technology standards which are subject to fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory (FRAND) licensing commitments, including experience with multiple appeals concerning injunctions on standard-essential patents. Nat’s trial experience includes preparing and examining witnesses at trial and serving as second-chair trial counsel. Nat also takes the lead in drafting appellate briefs and has argued multiple cases in the courts of appeal, including the Second, Seventh, Ninth, and Federal Circuits.
Nat’s master’s degree in computer science and his prior experience as a UNIX operating system developer help him to provide his clients with a comprehensive perspective. Beyond his work for clients in the software and mobile device industries, Nat works with companies in the insurance, financial, and aviation industries in matters concerning their information technology, as well as with companies in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries in cases involving catheters, surgical guides, and drug-eluting stents.