Natalie Williams’s practice includes a wide range of litigation matters with a focus on white collar criminal defense, investigations, and SEC enforcement. She has represented individuals and Fortune 500 companies in matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, allegations of racketeering and RICO violations, 10b-5 prosecutions, and shareholder derivative lawsuits, among others.
Natalie’s experience covers all stages of litigation, including factual investigation, discovery management, witness preparation, expert preparation, motions practice, and trial preparation.
Natalie is active in the Atlanta community. She is a member of the LEAD Atlanta class of 2015 and continues her involvement in LEAD Atlanta’s Alumni Organization. Natalie also serves on the Artemis Board for the Fernbank Museum of Natural History and is a planning committee member for the Leadership Institute for Women of Color Attorneys (LIWOCA).
- Columbia University (J.D. 2011; Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar; Frederick Douglass Moot Court Coach; Staff Editor, Columbia Journal of Race and the Law);
- Emory University (B.A. in Political Science & Journalism 2008)
- Georgia, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
- Former CEO defends federal criminal investigation involving allegations of potential violations of Anti-Kickback statute
- Foreign investors initiate civil and criminal actions following multi-million embezzlement scheme
- Global chemical company protects trade secrets, obtains restraining order against former employee
- International pharmaceutical company builds anti-corruption compliance program
- Former Atlanta School Superintendent Beverly Hall defends allegations of cheating on standardized tests
- Jones Day Atlanta team wins Eleventh Circuit appeal on the timeliness of habeas corpus petition
- Georgia Gulf merges with PPG Industries’ commodity chemicals business in $2.1 billion transaction to form Axiall Corporation.
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