Natalie’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, including patent litigation, breach of contract disputes, and class action defense. She has represented public and private companies from industries such as hospitality, retail, and consumer packaged goods. Natalie pairs her background in business with her legal training and experience to help clients approach and solve problems strategically, with an eye toward the long term success of her clients’ organizations and business relationships.
Natalie attended law school at Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a teaching fellow in the Legal Research and Writing Program and the Notes Development Editor for the American Criminal Law Review. During her time at Georgetown University Law Center, she worked as a law student intern in the litigation department of the Humane Society of the United States, where she helped devise creative strategies in still-developing areas of law. She also worked as a research assistant for Professor James C. Oldham, where she helped to research and develop material for a treatise on the history of the English common law.
Prior to law school, Natalie worked for several years in marketing and recruiting roles, for companies both large and small. Through this experience, she developed knowledge of employment-related statutes, fluency with financial statements, and appreciation for the challenges that businesses face.