Nathan R. Marigoni represents clients in matters related to commercial litigation, including employment litigation, complex business and commercial transaction disputes, intellectual property enforcement and defense, and class-action defense. In addition to representing clients in all aspects of traditional litigation, Nathan advises and assists clients in alternative dispute resolution including negotiated settlements, mediation, and arbitration.
Nathan represents and advises government entities, including state agencies and special service districts, with respect to public records and open meetings compliance, purchasing and procurement, property assessments, and employee and officer responsibility and ethical obligations.
Nathan also focuses on appellate issues and representation, including consulting with trial counsel to preserve issues and challenge for appeal, post-trial and appellate motion practice, drafting appellate briefs, and oral argument.
- SEC v. American Pension Services, No. 18-4114 (10th Cir., Oct. 10, 2020) (as counsel for court-appointed receiver for defendant company, successfully defended district court order denying untimely efforts to extract assets from receivership estate prior to termination of receivership)
- Successfully defended trial court judgment denying junior lienholder’s claim for $9.8 million in foreclosure sale proceeds based on lien subordination and circular-priority arguments:
- Trapnell & Associates, LLC v. Legacy Resorts, LLC, 2020 UT 44 (obtained dismissal on jurisdictional grounds of principal appeal)
- Trapnell & Associates, LLC v. Legacy Resorts, LLC, No. 20160716-CA (Utah Ct. App. Sep. 14, 2020) (on remand, summary disposition of outstanding cross-appeal)
Judge Michele M. Christiansen, Utah Court of Appeals, 2013-2015
David K. Watkiss – Sutherland II Inn of Court, 2019-2020
Executive Committee of the Utah State Bar Appellate Practice Section, 2020
Serving Our Seniors Committee, Utah State Bar Young Lawyer’s Division, 2017-2019
Recognition & Accomplishments
"Discovery Issues in Employment Litigation: Tips to Save You Time and Money," Ballard Spahr's Fall Employment Law Seminar, November 7, 2018
"Unrepresented and Untimely: The PCRA's Disservice to Indigent Prisoners," Utah Law Review OnLaw, 2013
University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law (J.D. 2013, highest honors)
Order of the Coif
Articles Editor, Utah Law Review, Legal Writing Teaching Assistant; Judicial Intern to Utah Supreme Court Justice Jill Parrish
Weber State University (B.A. 2005)
U.S. District Court for the District of Utah
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit