Nathan Garroway is a trial lawyer and member of Dentons' Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice. He leads the commercial litigation team in the Firm's Atlanta office. He litigates complex business disputes for both plaintiffs and defendants and has more than 20 years of high-profile litigation experience for Fortune 500 clients. He has defended consumer and statutory class actions throughout the United States—Georgia, Florida, California, New Jersey, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Washington, Minnesota, Indiana, and Ohio. Nathan also has experience with federal multidistrict litigation.
He also has experience in consumer disputes with financial institutions, contract disputes, business torts, privacy disputes, trade secrets, telecommunications, false advertising, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, shareholder/partnership disputes, law firm defense and all types of real estate litigation. Nathan ’s broad real estate litigation experience has included, among other issues, receiverships, easements, commercial and residential lease disputes, pre-foreclosure disputes, foreclosure disputes, eviction, maintenance issues, occupancy tests, and debt service coverage ratio tests.
Nathan has defended clients relating to FTC investigative demands and the Georgia Governor’s Office of Consumer Affairs. He has defended cases involving all types of consumer and financial services litigation, including, but not limited to, FIRREA, the Electronic Funds Transfer Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Fair Housing Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and Truth in Lending Act.
Nathan also has extensive experience with the Telemarketing Sales Rule and suing spammers and defending companies for claims pursuant to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Nathan has tried cases for plaintiffs and defendants in both state and federal courts. In addition, he has represented claimants and respondents in arbitrations before the American Arbitration Association and FINRA.