Natalie Fleming Nolen is a partner in the Litigation Department of Morrison & Foerster’s Washington D.C. office. She is a trial lawyer who focuses on complex civil litigation with an emphasis on antitrust litigation and financial services litigation. Recent representative matters include the defense of a financial institution in a large multi-district antitrust litigation; representation of clients in complex antitrust arbitrations; defense of a client in a large multi-district cartel litigation; representation of clients before federal agencies, such as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission; consumer class actions alleging breaches of contract and violation of the Truth in Lending Act; and representing large companies being investigated by state regulatory authorities.
Ms. Fleming Nolen also has an active pro bono practice. She has had two trials in Immigration Court, has successfully obtained asylum and withholding of removal for clients, has helped young clients obtain Special Immigrant Juvenile Status by advocating on their behalf at hearings in Family Court and in Immigration Court, has successfully obtained humanitarian parole for Haitian women and children impacted by the devastating earthquake in 2010, and has represented clients in housing matters, including defending against a foreclosure action in two separate trials in New York State Supreme Court. In acknowledgment of her dedication to providing quality pro bono representation, Ms. Fleming Nolen was awarded the 2012 New York State Bar President's Pro Bono Service Award in the young lawyer category and was awarded the Morrison & Foerster Kathi Pugh Award for Pro Bono Service in 2015.
Ms. Fleming Nolen is a contributing author on MoFo ReEnforcement: The MoFo Enforcement Blog, providing insights and timely reports on enforcement and regulatory developments affecting the financial services industry.
Ms. Fleming Nolen has strived to increase diversity in the legal profession, including mentoring young lawyers, being actively involved in recruiting efforts and being a member of firm committees and affinity groups. For her efforts, Ms. Fleming Nolen was named an NALP Diversity Champion in 2010.
Ms. Fleming Nolen earned her J.D., cum laude, in 2006 from Harvard Law School, where she was an editor of the Human Rights Journal.
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