About Nathaniel Ament-Stone
Nathaniel Ament-Stone works with a wide variety of clients, primarily in the commodities, financial and manufacturing sectors and also including those in the sports, insurance and health care sectors.
As counsel to companies, individuals, and sovereign states, Nathaniel works with Global 500 clients in billion-dollar class-action antitrust litigation and with small businesses and nonprofit organizations in antitrust and other commercial matters. He has represented businesses and individuals in federal and state courts, JAMS and AAA commercial and contract arbitration proceedings, and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) adjudicative proceedings.
Reaching the best outcomes through persuasive and focused advocacy
A strong writer and dogged oral advocate, Nathaniel is experienced in working with plaintiffs and defendants in both bench and jury trials in federal courts, federal-court class actions and appeals, and commercial and contract arbitrations. He frequently handles disputes relating to antitrust, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and environmental liabilities.
Nathaniel, who has also submitted amicus briefs to the US Supreme Court, has a particular passion for commercial and antitrust litigation, where he focuses on the goals of each client and unique circumstances each matter brings.
Nathaniel maintains an active pro bono practice, having helped to secure the early release of an incarcerated client as a result of federal civil rights litigation, and a divorce on behalf of a survivor of domestic abuse.
While in law school, Nathaniel served on the University of Chicago Law Review and completed judicial externships for then-Chief Judge Alex Kozinski of the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and U.S. District Judge Rebecca Pallmeyer of the Northern District of Illinois.
- Commercial litigation
- Antitrust litigation
- Breach of contract
- AAA arbitrations
December 2, 2022
Presentations and Events
September 21-23, 20202020 Class Action Money & Ethics Conference | An Analysis of the Antitrust Landscape over 10 Years | Speaker
May 6, 20192019 Class Action Money & Ethics Conference | Class Certification Update | Speaker