Whether she is litigating, obtaining patents or trademark registrations, or negotiating an agreement, Natalie takes a customized approach, thinking carefully about both short and long term strategies that best suit her clients under each unique set of facts. With roots in customer service, she lends individualized attention to clients in a broad range of industries and technologies – including computer hardware and software, communications, medical devices, industrial equipment, and manufacturing, just to name a few. Her consideration of the big picture, coupled with her keen interest in her clients’ business goals, provides critical guidance in managing IP portfolios for startups, large multinational corporations, and everything in-between.
Natalie works tirelessly to protect her clients’ brands, ideas, and inventions. But she’s also a straight shooter, and won’t hesitate to say when the investment might not be worthwhile. Natalie’s clear and candid communication saves clients precious time and money. Whether you need someone to hold your hand through uncharted territory, or to give a concise executive level overview, Natalie will explain all your options and guide you to the path that best suits your business’s needs.
Adapt and Overcome
Things happen. Sometimes a litigation takes an unexpected turn. Sometimes the law changes in a direction that doesn’t align with a client’s goals. No matter what the situation, Natalie has proven time and again that she can take the challenge head-on and come out on top. She finds creative solutions to make the things that happen work to your advantage. As the landscape surrounding software patents continually changes, Natalie continually finds new ways to obtain and uphold these patents.
Having graduated at the top of her electrical engineering class, Natalie understands complex technologies. As a result, she is able to comfortably communicate with inventors on a detailed level, and to appreciate the fine points of patents and products at issue. Moreover, she can translate these important technical details to non-technical audiences. These skills have proven to be a critical asset in studying validity and infringement of patents, preparing written opinions, and challenging and defending patents through post issuance proceedings.