Nathan Jacob



Nathan is an employment and labor attorney with broad experience defending employers in discrimination, harassment, restrictive covenant, retaliation, and wage and hour litigation. Through an approach fine-tuned by his litigation experiences, Nathan proactively counsels employers to mitigate liability and, where possible, avoid complex litigation altogether. Unionized employers also benefit greatly from Nathan’s pragmatic approach to managing a union workforce, administering collective bargaining agreements, and defending charges from the National Labor Relations Board.

Education & Admissions


  • University of Texas at Dallas

    (B.S., 2016)

  • Oklahoma City University

    (MBA, 2020)

  • Oklahoma City University School of Law

    (J.D., 2020)


  • State of Ohio
  • State of Colorado
  • State of Oklahoma
  • State of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas



  • Represents clients in administrative hearings and assists with a variety of complex litigation matters, including lawsuits alleging discrimination and violations of employment laws such as the Fair Labor Standards Act.
  • Has experience with all aspects of the litigation process, including drafting motions for summary judgment at the state and federal court level, responding to discovery requests, and analyzing complex employment and labor case law.
  • Reviews and analyzes employee handbooks and other policies to ensure compliance with applicable legal authority.
  • Handled multiple mediations for various corporations in employment law disputes.
  • Conducts legal research and drafts memoranda on various legal issues, including position statements for U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Texas Workforce Commission.
  • Negotiates settlements in complex employment law disputes.
  • Conducts trial preparation including investigations and witness interviews of fact witnesses, evaluating findings, developing strategies, and arguments.