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Nathan D. Reeves

Nathan Reeves practices intellectual property law, with an emphasis on litigation and USPTO trial proceedings such as inter partes reviews. He has experience representing clients in fields including software and web services, medical devices, and automotive technology.

Nathan received his Bachelor’s degrees from Walla Walla University, where he also conducted research in materials science. Nathan received his J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he worked as a clinical intern in the school’s Cyberlaw Clinic and as Managing Editor of the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy.

Harvard Law School, J.D., Managing Editor, Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy; Editor-in-Chief, Harvard Law Record
Walla Walla University, B.S.E., Mechanical Engineering
Walla Walla University, B.S., Mathematics
Walla Walla University, B.A., History
State Bar of Washington
U.S. District Court – Western District of Washington
Consumer Products & Services

Sporting Goods & Recreation

Electrical, Semiconductor & Computer Technology

Software & IT

Medical Devices & Procedures




Minimally Invasive & Endoscopic Procedures

Pacemakers & Electrical Stimulation Devices

Surgical Equipment

Transportation & Vehicles

Passenger Transportation

Personal Motorized Recreation Vehicles (ATVs, Snow Vehicles, Personal Watercraft)

Appellate Litigation
Inter Partes Review (IPR)
Patent Litigation
Patent Trial & Appeal Board (PTAB) Litigation

  • Named to the Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch guide, which “recognizes lawyers who are earlier in their careers for their outstanding professional excellence in private practice” for Patent Law (2024), Intellectual Property Litigation (2022 – 2024) and Patent Litigation (2023 – 2024)

– King County Bar Association
– Washington State Patent Law Association
– QLaw
– Seattle IP Inn of Court

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