I chose Taylor English because the firm understands that people matter, irrespective of whether it is a small business or a Fortune 500 company. Working here allows me to roll out the red carpet for everyone.
Natalie Mark is a problem solver. By listening to her clients and then asking them the right questions, she is able to give them the best legal advice for their situations. One of her clients wanted to make her interim chief operating officer for a settlement negotiation where only corporate officers could attend because the CEO of the company so valued her problem-solving skills. She explained that her attendance was not necessary to protect the company’s interest.
Her practice focuses on the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), fraud, antitrust, breach of contract, securities, internal investigations and other commercial litigation. Ms. Mark is licensed to practice in Georgia as well as in the District of Columbia, and she has experience in both federal and state courts.
Prior to joining Taylor English, Ms. Mark served as an associate and as a summer associate at Clifford Chance US LLP in Washington, from June 2006 through August 2009, where she represented clients in a broad range of matters, including complex class-action and multiparty disputes, as well as U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) investigations and global internal investigations concerning violations of Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulations.
Ms. Mark also has extensive e-discovery experience, and has managed global discovery in a case involving more than 50 jurisdictions.
When not practicing law, Ms. Mark enjoys spending time with her husband, Godfrey, their two energetic toddlers, Noelle and Ethan, as well as their music-loving Shih Tzu, Jazz.
American Bar Association
The District of Columbia Bar, Antitrust and Consumer Law Section
Litigation Counsel of America, Associate Fellow, 2017
Construction Lawyers Society of America, Fellow, 2017
State Bar of Georgia, Litigation Section, 2009
Greenforest Community Baptist Church, Sunday School Teacher
Represented global manufacturing company in civil suit against former employee for fraud, conversion, and RICO violations. Prevailed on summary judgment for all claims.
Represented 29 Plaintiffs in a civil conspiracy to defraud action against multiple Defendants after a six week jury trial. Won jury verdict for Plaintiffs against all Defendants (now on appeal).
Defended specialty contractor in multiparty litigation (25 Plaintiffs and 14 Defendants) regarding defective construction suit that resulted in settlement.
Defended national gaming company against shareholder alleging breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and other claims. Prevailed on summary judgment for most claims.
After a six week jury trial presenting 17 consolidated, yet individually proved plaintiff’s cases, obtained a civil conspiracy to defraud verdict in the total amount of $3.5 million on behalf of each of 17 investors in a commercial building arising from fraud in the financing of the purchase. In the same trial, obtained judgment for an additional $500,000 in punitive damages against the syndicator.
- “To Arbitrate or Not To Arbitrate – That Is the Question,” Construction Law for the General PractitionerApril 14, 2016
- October 19, 2018
- December 18, 2017
- October 16, 2017
- Taylor English Attorneys Recognized By Construction Lawyers Society of America and Diversity Law InstituteNovember 6, 2018
- October 9, 2017
- July 1, 2010
- January 29, 2010
- Corporate Counsel Women of Color, 13th Annual Career Strategies ConferenceSeptember 27, 2017
- September 21-23, 2016
- Financial Institutions
- Government and Internal Investigations
- Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Howard University School of Law, JD, 2007
Kalamazoo College, BA, 2001
Study Abroad, Universidad de Nebrija, Madrid, Spain (1999-2000)
District of Columbia
Courts & Adjudicative Bodies
Court of Appeals of Georgia
Supreme Court of Georgia
District of Columbia Court of Appeals