My clients know that their matter is not just another file on my desk. I pride myself on developing genuine relationships that build trust, and on being dependable. If I’m tasked with a project, it’s going to be done well. This job requires you to think outside the box, and I thrive on making sure no stone is unturned for my clients.
Natalie is an Associate in McGlinchey’s Commercial Litigation practice group. She has a diverse practice supporting clients in a wide variety of consumer finance litigation and business litigation. Natalie regularly represents financial services providers, mortgage and loan servicers, banks, car and manufactured housing lenders, and ancillary product providers in disputes arising under consumer protection statutes such as the Real Estate Settlement and Procedures Act (RESPA), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Truth in Lending Act (TILA), and Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). She represents business interests in disputes involving contract rights, the enforcement of restrictive covenants, and tort litigation, and also works with the firm’s Government Investigations/ White Collar practice.
No stranger to the courtroom, Natalie gained considerable trial experience as a Deputy District Attorney for the state of Alabama, where she handled every kind of criminal charge from misdemeanors to capital murders. She has served as President of the Criminal Justice Section and as an Executive Committee Member of the Birmingham Bar Association, and Natalie was a frequent instructor for various law enforcement field training courses.
Natalie knows that earning and keeping her clients’ confidence is paramount. She does this by uncovering what is most important to them and staying in regular communication, so clients rest assured they’re up to speed at each stage of the game. In law school, Natalie served as an intern for the Honorable Judge John E. Ott in the Northern District of Alabama, clerked for the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office, and worked as a researcher for the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology, and the Law.