Some of Natalie’s recent experience includes serving on Weil teams representing:
- A provider of urgent transport ambulatory care in connection with investigations alleging violations of the False Claims Act.
- A major construction firm in several significant appeals in an insurance coverage dispute arising from a construction accident at the World Trade Center demolition site in Manhattan.
- A national railroad in defense of a class action, including a jury trial and in connection with post-trial and appellate phases, asserting claims under the Illinois Biometric Information and Privacy Act.
- A payment processing company in connection with issues involving the departures of senior executives.
Natalie also has an active pro bono practice, including work with the Innocence Project and in other matters involving constitutional and religious rights. Presently, she is representing several devout Rastafarian prisoners in litigation seeking damages under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act against prison officials who shaved off their dreadlocks.
Natalie received her B.A. in Political Science from Washington University in St. Louis, and her J.D. from Duke University School of Law, where she was a Staff Editor of the Alaska Law Review.