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Natalia Sorgente Featured in Law360, Bloomberg Law, Reuters Legal

Firm News | July 24, 2017

Natalia Sorgente, a partner in the Environmental Workplace Safety and Litigation practices, was profiled in Law360, Bloomberg Law and Reuters Legal on her joining Katten's Washington, DC office, where her experience working in the US Department of Justice's (DOJ) environment division and as associate deputy attorney general will provide additional depth to those teams. Natalia stated, "My work at DOJ, most recently as an associate deputy attorney general to Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, was immensely challenging and rewarding. Looking forward, I wanted to find a place where I could do great work with great people. I found that at Katten." On making the transition, Natalia added, "Fundamentally, what I did at DOJ was solve problems. I confronted multifaceted challenges and had to be creative to find solutions, whether that involved litigation, negotiation, policy-making or a combination of approaches. I gained a tremendous amount of experience at DOJ with both substantive areas of law, but also with how government actions, rules, and policies impact business. That experience, using every tool available to get the best possible result, is something I can offer to clients facing challenges at the intersection of law, business and policy." Steven Solow, co-head of Katten's Environmental and Workplace Safety practice and co-head of the White Collar, Investigations and Compliance practice in the Washington, DC office, called her a "powerhouse attorney," stating, "Natalia has a proven ability to tackle the most complex matters. Her extensive experience at the highest levels of the Justice Department provides a significant expansion of our team's abilities in environmental and workplace safety."

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