Natalie Naugle's practice centers around consumer class action with experience in financial services litigation. She has particular strength in advising clients on issues concerning false advertising, product defects, and breach of warranty or contract. Her clients are in the electronics and communications industries, as well as the insurance and financial services industries.
She has assisted in drafting motions in federal and state court at both the trial and appellate levels and has also taken numerous depositions.
Ms. Naugle writes for the firm’s Private Surgeon General Class Action Defender blog (www.privatesurgeongeneral.com), which provides robust case information and industry analysis of false advertising and false labeling class action cases.
Ms. Naugle has taken on numerous pro bono matters including assisting Veterans for Common Sense in a Constitutional challenge to the Veterans Administration's disability compensation and medical care programs to ensure our nation's veterans receive much-needed care and compensation. She is also assisting another client in an action alleging Fourth Amendment violations by a local police department.
Natalie graduated from UC Berkeley with highest honors and received her J.D. cum laude from UC Hastings College of the Law. While at Hastings, Ms. Naugle sat on the Hastings Moot Court Student Competition Committee and participated in several moot court competitions, including coaching the National Moot Court Competition's championship team. During her third year, Ms. Naugle externed for district court Judge Jeffrey White in the Northern District of California.