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Nathan Whittaker - Salt Lake City, UT

2150 S. 1300 E.Suite 500 Salt Lake City, UT 84106

Updated: 10/05/2023

Salt Lake City Appellate and Critical Motion Practice Lawyer


Nathan Whittaker is an experienced litigation attorney with Orland Righi Fitch in Salt Lake City Utah. Nathan is a native Utahn, having grown up in a small town in southern Utah as the son of a dairy farmer. After graduating in 2003 from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon with a B.A. in International Affairs, he returned to Utah and received his law degree from Brigham Young University in 2007. He was admitted to the Utah State Bar in 2008...

About Nathan Whittaker

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Associate

Practice Areas

  • Appellate and Critical Motion Practice
  • Complex civil litigation
  • Construction litigation
  • Casualty defense
  • Insurance coverage and Bad Faith litigation
  • Product liability
  • Transportation and trucking
  • Professional malpractice

Representative Cases

  • Hertzske v. Snyder, 2017 UT 4, 390 P.3d 307
  • Purkey v. Roberts, 2012 UT App 241, 285 P.3d 1242. (This is a boundary dispute case)
  • Harris v. Shopko Stores, Inc., 2011 UT App 329, 263 P.3d 1184, affirmed, affirmed, 2013 UT 34, 308 P.3d 449.
  • Fullmer v. Fullmer, 2015 UT App 60, 347 P.3d 14. (This is a divorce case)



  • Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Provo, Utah, 2007
    Juris Doctor
  • Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon, 2003
    Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs

Office Information


2150 S. 1300 E.Suite 500 Salt Lake City, UT 84106


  • 435-292-0026

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