Attorney Baber is a Partner at Aeton and manages the firm’s criminal defense and personal injury practice. He also has an active business and civil litigation, and transactional practice. He has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star for business ligation every year since 2015.
At Aeton, Attorney Baber oversees the firm’s criminal defense practice group. He received his early criminal practice training from the University of Connecticut’s famed criminal defense clinic and from one of Connecticut’s top prosecutors. He has represented defendants in nearly every court in Connecticut and in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut.
Attorney Baber also supervises the firm’s personal injury practice group. He has represented families and individuals in catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases his entire career. He takes special pride in his representation of victims of sexual abuse and harassment, and takes cases involving lawsuits against municipalities, public and private universities and professors, and other authorities who commit or permit acts of sexual abuse.
Attorney Baber’s diverse practice includes the representation of individuals and businesses in complex and high-dollar transactional matters. His experience includes representing large tech companies in financing deals with national banks, the purchase and sale of large and small businesses, and the negotiation of asset purchase deals on behalf of a franchisee of one of the country’s largest cell phone service providers. He has been providing training to other attorneys on advanced contract drafting techniques.
Nate’s commitment to community service, however, is his most important focus. He is currently on the board of directors for the Hockanum Valley Community Council, a large non-profit social services agency dedicated to providing services to low income and at-risk families in the Vernon, CT and Tolland County area.
Nate, his wife, and two children also provide financial assistance to a local battered persons’ shelter. In addition, he has been awarded the Pro Bono Award by the Federal Judges of the District of Connecticut for his work as appointed counsel in a federal civil rights case.
Attorney Baber’s cases have been featured in various news media, including:
- Charges dropped against Peter Pan bus driver accused of locking woman into luggage compartment
- Peter Pan bus driver denies accusations that she locked passenger in luggage compartment
- Conn. Court Grants Immunity to Town Whose Firetruck Caused I-95 Accident
- Whiting Abuse Defendants Make Case for Accelerated Rehabilitation
- J.D. with Honors, University of Connecticut School of Law
First Place, Alva P. Loiselle Moot Court Competition
Cali Award for Academic Excellence: Advanced Criminal Procedure
Cali Award for Academic Excellence: Trial Advocacy
- University of Connecticut. 2005
US District Court District of Connecticut