Nathan R. Altstadt


Nathan is a transactional attorney in BMD's Cleveland office. He assists clients with general corporate matters, securities offerings, and mergers & acquisitions.

Contact Information

200 Public Square, Suite 1850, Cleveland, Ohio 44114


Cleveland State University College of Law, J.D., summa cum laude
The University of Alabama, B.S., Finance and Economics, summa cum laude


Nathan is passionate about helping clients develop and execute their strategies to accomplish their transactional goals. He assists clients in achieving their objectives through detailed analysis and creative problem solving - striving to present complex information in an intelligible and effective manner. Nathan has experience drafting a wide range of legal documents, including asset and stock purchase agreements, endorsement and royalty agreements, licensing agreements, and corporate governance documents.

Nathan earned his Juris Doctor from Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and his Bachelor of Science in Finance and Economics from the The University of Alabama. While in law school, Nathan served as the Chief Managing Editor of the Cleveland State Law Review, earning the distinction of Editor of the Year, and his Student Note, Ending the Economic War Among States, was publish in issue 70.2 of the journal.

Nathan was born and raised in the Greater Cleveland area, spending much of his youth consumed by competitive baseball. Outside of work, Nathan, an Eagle Scout, can be found in the outdoors hiking or fishing.

Courts & Bar Association

  • Ohio BarĀ 

Professional Honors & Awards

  • Cleveland State Law Review, Chief Managing Editor
  • Cleveland State Law Review, Chief Justice Samuel Silbert - Outstanding Editor of the Year Award 2022
  • CALI Award Recipient in Legal Writing, Property, Agency & Partnership, and Transition to Practice
  • The University of Alabama, Double Major with Distinction Award 2019

Presentations & Publications

  • "Ending the Economic War Among States." Cleveland State Law Review 70 (2022): 335.

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