Nathan White joined Alexander Ricks as a Counsel in 2019. Nathan focuses on complex business litigation and has experience with a variety of areas including contract disputes, trade secrets and intellectual property disputes, enforcement of post-employment obligations, real estate disputes, including issues relating to construction, easements, covenants, and commercial leases, landlord/tenant disputes, business partnership and LLC disputes, debtor-creditor disputes, financial services litigation, as well as defending wrongful death and other negligence actions. Nathan also has experience with regulatory, government, and internal investigations with an emphasis on anti-money laundering. Nathan is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS).
Nathan began his professional career as a Judge Advocate (JAG) in the United States Air Force and served ten years trying a variety of cases as a prosecutor and defense attorney at the trial and appellate levels. In addition to his duties as a litigation attorney, Nathan had the opportunity to serve as an assistant general counsel and worked with commanders from the installation to Pentagon command level to resolve a variety of administrative, military justice, environmental, labor, contracting, fiscal, foreign and operational law issues. These experiences have given Nathan valuable insight into the needs and requirements of his corporate and in-house counsel clients. After separating from active duty and prior to joining Alexander Ricks, Nathan put his trial and general counsel skills to work for his clients beginning his private practice as a litigation associate with Moore & Van Allen. Nathan continues to serve in the Reserves and currently serves as the Deputy General Counsel for the 315th Airlift Wing in Charleston, South Carolina. Nathan maintains an active pro bono practice, with an emphasis on assisting veterans with a variety of issues.