Prior to joining Haynes and Boone, Natalie worked for years with commercial developers in south Florida on new construction developments and condo-conversion projects and also with national manufacturers. Her professional experience gives her a client-centered view and understanding of the "big picture."
EducationJ.D., Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, 2012, magna cum laude; Staff Editor, SMU Law Review Association
B.B.A., Marketing, Texas A&M University, 2006, magna cum laude
Significant AccomplishmentsEffectively prosecuting bad faith claims and Texas Insurance Code violations related to alleged claims mishandling in arbitration for construction clients;
Successfully arguing against and defeating summary judgment in federal court in an action involving deceptive trade practices and fraudulent inducement;
Conducting deposition of plaintiff as defense counsel for tort claim;
Advising clients on the handling of large insurance claims after natural disasters;
Counseling international client on the insurance and warranty implications of national product roll-outs;
Counseling clients on the insurance implications of proposed settlement agreements;
Advising clients on professional liability litigation and the coverage provided by their insurance policies.
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