Feb 27


Nathan Bays Joins CE&O

by Calfo Eakes & Ostrovsky

Calfo Eakes & Ostrovsky PLLC is pleased to announce that Nathan Bays has joined the firm as Counsel.  Nathan’s practice emphasizes the representation of businesses and individuals in a wide variety of complex civil and criminal matters at both the trial and appellate court levels in federal and state court.  In civil cases, Nathan represents individuals and corporations in high stakes litigation involving tort and contract claims, health care law, employment disputes, False Claims Act cases, and arbitration.  In criminal matters, he has experience defending individuals charged with a variety of federal crimes, including mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, money laundering, RICO violations, environmental crimes, federal securities fraud, and tax evasion.  Nathan has also conducted a number of complex investigations, including both court-appointed and internal corporate investigations. 

Nathan most recently worked with the Defender Association in Seattle, Washington, where he handled more than 100 trials.  Prior to that, Nathan had worked with litigation boutique firms in San Francisco and Seattle, focusing on civil and criminal litigation.  Before entering private practice, Nathan clerked for two federal judges: United States District Judge Eldon E. Fallon, in the Eastern District of Louisiana; and Justice Jacques L. Wiener, of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.  

Nathan graduated magna cum laude from Tulane Law School (Order of the Coif).  Prior to law school, Nathan served for two years as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer teaching secondary school in Mchinji, Malawi.

CE&O welcomes Nathan to the firm.

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