Natalie N. Mark
Natalie Mark is an experienced trial attorney in both federal and state courts. Ms. Mark’s practice focuses on counseling clients in all aspects of commercial litigation including commercial contracts and indemnification issues as well as tort related claims. While she handles litigation across several industries, she also concentrates heavily on construction as well as manufacturing industries. Ms. Mark is licensed in Georgia as well as the District of Columbia.
Prior to joining Taylor English, Ms. Mark served as an associate and as a summer associate at a multinational law firm in the District of Columbia, 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 involving document collection for more than 50 jurisdictions as well as document review and document production.
Ms. Mark also is a member of the Diversity, Equality & Inclusion Committee at Taylor English and recently served as its co-chair. She is committed to recruiting and retaining diverse lawyers while also fostering and promoting a culture of inclusion at Taylor English. With fellow attorney Deitra Crawley, she launched the non-profit organization Global Community Mothers in Law and Know-how (GC MILK) which underscores her continued efforts to enhance and improve the world around her.
When not practicing law, Ms. Mark enjoys spending time with her husband, their two energetic children, as well as their music-loving Shih Tzu, Jazz Jellyroll.
- Association of Corporate Counsel, 1997-2008
- Financial Institutions
- Government & Internal Investigations
- Howard University School of Law, JD, 2007
- Kalamazoo College, BA, 2001
- Study Abroad, Universidad de Nebrija, Madrid, Spain, 1999-2000
- District of Columbia
- Court of Appeals of Georgia
- District of Columbia Court of Appeals
- Supreme Court of Georgia