J.D., Georgetown University
M.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Rochester
B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Rochester
District of Columbia
United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
Mr. Nason’s practice involves all aspects of intellectual-property litigation. His experience ranges from Hatch-Waxman and patent litigation and appeals to contract litigation and licensing. He also participates in the Veteran’s Consortium Pro Bono Program, which aims to assist veterans with appeals before the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. He has represented clients in U.S. district courts as well as appellate courts all the way up to the Supreme Court.
During law school, Mr. Nason worked as a staff member on the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review. He also worked as a legal-research assistant to Professor Robert K. Stumberg. With Professor Stumberg, Mr. Nason researched state, federal, and international climate-change legislation, and investigated federal preemption concerns with a focus on enabling states to provide input in shaping federal climate-change policy.
Before law school, Mr. Nason worked as a chemical engineer. He first worked for Osmose, Inc., where he assisted in optimizing the pressure-treated-lumber process and managed the scale-up and implementation of a novel lumber-treating technology. Later Mr. Nason joined Thermal Kinetics Engineering, where he worked with a team designing and upgrading ethanol-distillation plants.
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