Nate Leber is a litigator that frequently represents large corporations, government officials and bank executives in high-profile, attention-grabbing cases. Nate has a unique level of experience in trial, having been a key member of four federal court trial teams. Nate has taken and defended numerous expert and fact-witness depositions and has negotiated the resolution of cases and discovery disputes. Nate’s experience includes representation of clients in a variety of complex litigation matters, including MDLs, class actions, complex civil lawsuits and administrative proceedings. He also has experience representing clients in internal investigations. Nate has represented Fortune 500 and global companies in various industries, including chemicals, manufacturing, computer software, insurance, healthcare, education and financial services.

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    • Represented a Fortune 500 global science company in multidistrict litigation and various suits filed in state and federal courts.
    • Represented government officials and foreign banking executives in suits filed in federal court in New York.
    • Represented a software-as-a-service company in a suit alleging antitrust and trademark violations.
    • Represented an overseas manufacturer of construction equipment in a products liability suit.
    • Represented a global bank in cross-border class actions and various state court proceedings involving breach of contract, fraud and unfair business practices claims relating to complex loan products.
    • Represented a healthcare industry client in individual action brought in Ohio state court.
    • Handled matters arising in the course of business for an NBA superstar.

    Education

    • Cleveland State University, J.D., summa cum laude, research editor, Cleveland State Law Review, 2013
    • Bowling Green State University, B.S., summa cum laude, 2004

    Admissions

    • Ohio, 2013

    Courts

    • U.S. Dist. Ct., S. Dist. of Ohio
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