Practice Areas

  • Asbestos Litigation

 

Licenses

  • Missouri
  • California

Nathan R. Livingston, Associate

 

Attorney Nathan R. Livingston is an associate at SWMW Law. He joined the firm in 2022, focusing his practice on helping individuals and families affected by mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases.

A team member in the firm’s Asbestos Practice, Nathan investigates asbestos-containing products, helping to maximize recovery for asbestos clients.

Before joining the firm, Nathan worked as an attorney for the U.S. Postal Service. For his first several years there, he represented the Postal Service in matters before the EEOC. For the next several years until his departure, he represented them in administrative and litigation matters brough pursuant to the FTCA. Before his time with the Postal Service, he worked as a staff attorney for the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit for two terms and as a public defender in southern California.

Nathan thrives in the fast-paced world of litigation and realizes the importance of tailoring his approach to a case based on each client’s unique situation.

“I’m really drawn to the challenge of putting together each client’s unique case,” he said. “I’m critically minded, strategic and naturally drawn to this kind of work. It makes me a great fit for this type of litigation.”

Leveraging his years of experience and deep desire to help others, Nathan is a trusted advocate for those he represents.

“I strive to make clients feel heard and comforted because I genuinely care about them,” he said. “I’ve also been a successful advocate throughout my career, and clients can be confident that I’ll do my best to make sure the companies that have harmed them will be held accountable.”

 

Education

  • J.D., University of Michigan Law School, cum laude
  • B.A., University of Michigan, General Studies, with Distinction

Associations and Memberships

  • Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
  • Missouri Bar Association
  • California Bar Association