As Project Manager at Cardinal Intellectual Property, Natalie assists the trademark search team in providing high-quality and timely deliverables to her clients. She has a strong background in both trademark and patent law and takes great pride in keeping abreast of current trends and changes within those fields.
With her excellent communication skills, Natalie often shares her knowledge and information by developing and presenting Continuing Legal Education (CLEs) seminars for lawyers and clients alike.
Prior to joining Cardinal, Natalie gained experience working in both trademark and patent prosecution, as well as managing the highlyesteemed John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law.
Natalie earned her J.D. with a certificate in intellectual property, graduating cum laude, from The John Marshall Law School and earned her B.S. in engineering physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Natalie is currently a member of the Illinois State Bar and of Chicago Women in Intellectual Property (ChiWIP).
J.D. Intellectual Property Certificate
John Marshall Law School
B.S. Engineering Physics
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Illinois State Bar