At Keller Postman, Natalie represents clients in various product liability and consumer protection matters. Her contributions include the management of discovery for thousands of clients in the litigation regarding 3M earplugs, which the firm alleges were defective and caused tinnitus and hearing loss in military servicemembers. She also supports the firm’s discovery in the litigation involving infant formula and necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) in pre-term infants.
Before joining the team at Keller Postman, Natalie gained valuable experience working in the LaPorte County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. There, she was a part of the first Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) affiliate Unit in Northern Indiana. While working in the ICAC Unit, she investigated hundreds of cases involving technology-facilitated child sexual exploitation. Notably, her work in the Unit resulted in a sentence of 60 years for a defendant who produced child pornography, planned the abductions of multiple children, and created IEDs in his home.
Natalie previously worked directly with tenants to resolve disputes for the Office of the General Counsel at the Philadelphia Housing Authority. Her passion for fighting for those who cannot represent themselves has led her to her current role at Keller Postman.
Natalie earned her law degree from the University of Notre Dame, where she was awarded the ABA-Bloomberg BNA Award for Excellence in the Study of Health Law. She also worked as an Articles Editor for the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy, and served as the President of the International Human Rights Society during her time at Notre Dame. Natalie graduated with honors from Indiana University, earning bachelor’s degrees in both Mathematics and Anthropology.
Natalie is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania only.
"Being a plaintiffs’ attorney came naturally to me. I have always enjoyed helping others and envisioned a career in which I could do that on a large scale. Since joining Keller Postman, I have been surrounded by likeminded colleagues and have begun to fight for plaintiffs who have been injured or wronged by corporations and their products. Having an opportunity to be part of a firm that cares so much about each individual involved, even when there are thousands, is a very refreshing experience."