Nathan G. Osborn

Nathan G. Osborn

Email : nosborn@montgomerylittle.com

Educational Background

2007    J.D.  - With Distinction
University of Nebraska College of Law

2003    B.A.
Texas Christian University

Professional Experience and Areas of Concentration

Nathan Osborn is an Equity Shareholder with Montgomery Little & Soran. His practice is focused on real estate litigation, commercial litigation, and real estate transactions. He also serves as corporate counsel for numerous real estate and medical businesses. In addition to his work for clients, Mr. Osborn can be hired as an expert witness or expert consultant in cases involving real estate related issues. He is licensed to practice in Colorado and Nebraska.

Mr. Osborn has handled cases relating to contracts, real estate title and access disputes, title insurance, title claims, boundary disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, leases, foreclosures, mortgages, deeds, investment fraud, title agent negligence and defalcation, liens, easements, real estate purchases and sales, homeowner associations, real covenants, spurious liens, water rights, property tax appeals, partitions, premises liability matters, personal injury matters, business transactions, business formation, eminent domain actions, class actions, bad faith claims, insurance coverage issues, real estate broker license complaint cases, broker commission disputes, and professional malpractice claims.

Mr. Osborn is a trial attorney and has tried 37 cases including representing a national title insurance underwriter in a breach of contract case, defending a real estate broker in a license complaint matter, defending a lender in a fraud lawsuit, representing a homeowners’ association and individual residents in an access dispute, defending a borrower in a deficiency lawsuit, defending a land developer in a brokerage commission lawsuit, defending a client in a landlord-tenant dispute, representing a business owner in a breach of promissory note matter, and defending a property owner in a boundary dispute.

Mr. Osborn also has extensive experience representing clients during various court and administrative hearings including hearings relating to contempt of court citations, eminent domain matters, class certification issues, garnishment exemptions, property tax appeals, license revocations, preliminary injunctions, and the award of attorney fees.

Mr. Osborn received the highest “AV Preeminent” rating from Martindale Hubbell in 2014 and has maintained this prestigious rating since then. Before joining Montgomery Little & Soran, Mr. Osborn worked as a Deputy District Attorney in El Paso County, Colorado. He tried 19 cases while with the DA's office, including 10 felony jury trials.

Mr. Osborn volunteers as the Colorado Bar Association Young Lawyer Real Estate Section Liaison, a member of the ALTA Title Counsel Committee, a high school mock trial judge, and as a baseball coach. He is also a published author, podcaster, and sought after speaker.

Articles & Presentations

Presenter, "Advanced Real Estate Transactions," National Business Institute (March 2017)

Presenter, "Upcoming TRID Changes: Now What?," National Business Institute (February 2017)

Presenter, “Resolving Boundary Disputes,” HalfMoon Education Seminar, “Boundaries and Easements” (January 2017)

Presenter, “Title Agent Negligence,” National Business Institute (June 2016)

Presenter, “Avoiding, Identifying, and Resolving Ethical Issues in Land Transactions and Disputes,” HalfMoon Education Seminar, “Determining Land Ownership and Access Rights” (November 2015)

Presenter, “The Real Estate Bench Trial: Basic Tips, Techniques, and Strategies,” 2015 Colorado Real Estate Symposium

Presenter, "Ethical, Professional, and Effective Trial Advocacy," Colorado Defense Lawyers Association Trial Academy (April 2015)

Presenter, “The Basics of Title Insurance,” 2013 Colorado Defense Lawyers Association Annual Conference

Author, “The Farmer’s Right to Counsel: Why Every Farmer Should Hire an Attorney,” August 2016 Colorado Cattleman’s Association Newsletter

Author, “Implied Easements: The Complicated Cousin of the Express Easement,” The Colorado Lawyer, December 2014, Vol. 43, No. 13

Author, “Prescriptive Easements in Colorado,” Fall 2014 Colorado Bar Association Real Estate Law Newsletter