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Brian T. Nash


Brian Nash is one of the original members of Continuum Legal Group. He has served as general outside counsel to leaders of growth-oriented technology companies for more than three decades and has helped his clients generate hundreds of millions of dollars in stakeholder value.

Brian’s hands-on experience as a software developer and systems analyst provides useful insight in negotiating technology-related transactions, including master licensing and services agreements, software-as-a-service (SaaS) agreements and other technology transfer, licensing and distribution, e-commerce and complex technology purchasing agreements. He also enjoys working closely with clients through major life cycle events, including liquidity events, private placements, and venture capital, angel and private equity investments.

Brian believes that every client needs a trusted advisor who is as committed as they are to achieving their goals.

Brian and his wife have been married for more than 40 years and have three adult children. He is an enthusiastic sailor, occasional golfer and avid outdoorsman, having served as a Scoutmaster, Assistant Scoutmaster and Den Leader for over ten years.

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For the past 25 years, Brian has been the Chancellor of Christ Church of Atlanta, a congregation in the Anglican Church of North America. He has served in many positions during that time, including Senior Warden, Vestry Member and lay reader. He was on the Constitutions and Canons Committee that formed the Anglican Diocese of the South, and has served as a Member of the ADOTS Standing Committee (Chairman, 2012), Synod Delegate, Provincial Council Delegate, Chancellor and Parliamentarian, and Member of the Anglican Church in North America’s Court of Extraordinary Jurisdiction.

Brian was a leader in the Boy Scouts of America for ten years and led numerous High Adventure expeditions to the Quetico (Canada) and Philmont (New Mexico). In 2009, he received the Scout Leader Award, followed, in 2010, by the Scoutmaster Award of Excellence by the Atlanta Area Council.

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