Nathan W. Richardson is a trial attorney whose practice primarily focuses on complex commercial and civil litigation, including construction litigation, insurance recovery, securities litigation, business torts, and real estate disputes.
Nathan has experience representing corporations and individuals in both state and federal courts in the financial services, energy, construction, commercial real estate, medical, securities, e-business, insurance, and boxing promotion industries, in connection with matters involving breach of contract, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, trademark infringement, premises liability, product liability, construction disputes, and claims of federal racial discrimination.
Nathan has been named a Rising Star by Texas Super Lawyers.
- Oportun, an A.I.-driven financial services and technology company, in a Texas trademark and anti-cybersquatting action under the Lanham Act seeking disgorgement of profits, royalties, treble damages and a permanent injunction.
- Mozido, a global provider of trusted digital commerce and payment solutions, in defense of claims brought by Philip Geier, the former Chairman and CEO of Interpublic Group of Companies, who sought to recover an option to buy 1% of Mozido’s stock valued up to $56 million in consideration for board service. The Delaware Chancery Court granted our client’s motion to dismiss all of Geier’s claims against Mozido.
- Hall Arts, a commercial real estate developer, in a suit against Hanover Insurance for delay in completion coverage following weather-related damage during the construction of the KPMG office tower in Dallas, Texas resulting in a settlement following a two-week jury trial.