Nate Uhl is senior counsel in Ice Miller’s Business Litigation Group. Nate has experience handling cases in both trial and appellate courts and has represented clients in a number of arbitrations. He has represented clients on both sides of the aisle. He has represented plaintiffs in matters involving securities, insurance coverage, and trusts. He has represented defendants in products liability, mechanic’s lien, construction defect, and various other matters. His clients include manufacturers, developers, construction companies, architecture firms, private colleges, and public entities.
Many cases today require expert testimony. Throughout his career Nate has worked with consultants in many different areas, including business valuation, anti-money laundering programs, metallurgy, braking systems, and construction management, in order to present the expertise required by the matter.
Nate has assisted clients with various e-discovery issues, including preserving electronic documents and producing databases, and has managed massive document reviews and productions. With this experience he counsels clients on how to meet their discovery responsibilities using cost effective approaches for the collection, processing and review of electronic data. He is a frequent speaker on e-discovery topics.
In addition, Nate counsels clients on risk avoidance, particularly through the drafting of contracts and implementation of contracting procedures. Nate has drafted and negotiated various construction, licensing, and sale of goods contracts.
Nate earned his Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, from Hanover College in 2001 where he received the Distinguished Award for Political Science. While an undergraduate, he studied at the Engalitcheff Institute on Comparative Economic and Political Systems at Georgetown University. He received his juris doctorate, cum laude, from the Indiana University Mauer School of Law in 2004 where he served on the Moot Court Board and as a managing editor for the Indiana Journal for Global Legal Studies.
He is admitted to practice law in the state of Indiana, the commonwealth of Kentucky and the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Northern Districts of Indiana.
Nate is from Bradford, Indiana.