Nathan B. Webb focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation. He has experience representing clients, in both the state and federal courts, in a wide variety of intellectual property disputes; including patent, trademark and copyright infringement lawsuits, domain name and trade secret litigation, and trademark opposition proceedings. Nathan also advises clients in various pre-litigation matters, provides opinions of counsel (on either product clearance or patent infringement), and manages trademark and patent enforcement efforts. He has extensive experience in intellectual property transactional matters, such as drafting patent and trademark licensing and assignment agreements, company patent procurement and protection polices, and non-competition and confidentiality agreements.
At Hahn Loeser
As a registered patent attorney, Nathan also has experience drafting and prosecuting patents in the mechanical, chemical, and biological arts. Before becoming a patent attorney, he was a professor managing Washburn Law School's criminal appellate advocacy clinic, and an attorney at the Kansas Appellate Defender Office. He is admitted to practice in Ohio, Kansas (inactive), the United States Supreme Court, and the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
A former college athlete, Nathan's hobbies include basketball, biking, and running; he also enjoys gardening, travel, and spending time with his young daughters.
Friends University B.A., History & Political Science 1996
University of Kansas School of Law J.D. 2000
State of Ohio
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
U.S. Supreme Court