University of California, Davis, School of Law,
J.D., Order of the Coif, 2005
University of California, Davis,
International Relations, B.A.; Economics, B.A., Honors, 2000
California USDC, Central District
California USDC, Northern District
California USDC, Southern District
US Ct Appeals, 9th Circuit (AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA, Guam, M. Isles)
California Lawyers for the Arts
Included in "Southern California Super Lawyers" Rising Stars list, 2012-2015
Thompson Coburn LLP
Theodora Oringher PC
Natalie is an associate in the Business Litigation practice area where she concentrates her practice primarily on complex commercial litigation.
In this capacity, she has represented clients in class action lawsuits in state and federal court.
In addition, Natalie has represented both businesses and individuals in a variety of matters including disputes relating to commercial contracts, commercial real estate, unfair competition, employment, and intellectual property. Natalie has argued in both federal and state trial courts as well as before the Ninth Circuit.
Co-Author, "Calif. Accepts Catalyst Theory for Auto Recall Suits";
Law 360, January 11, 2016
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