Nathalie practices corporate law, intellectual property, and cannabis law, focusing on the regulatory framework of hemp-derived CBD products. She enjoys building a deep understanding of our clients’ businesses, industries, and long-term visions, and leverages her broad expertise and international background to help our overseas companies with their foreign direct investment into the United States and to help American companies with their overseas legal needs.
Nathalie graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law, where she was the Executive Editor of the Oregon Law Review. She spent her last semester as a Fellow with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Global Intellectual Property Center in Washington, D.C., where she researched pressing IP issues, including counterfeiting and patent reforms, and assisted Fortune 500 Companies in advocating for stronger IP rights and enforcement in the U.S. and abroad.
In law school, Nathalie also worked as a research assistant for Professor Eric Priest, an expert on copyright law in the U.S. and China, and served as a property law tutor, helping first-year law students solidify their understanding of this topic.
Nathalie was born and raised in Belgium and has lived and studied in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America. Her international experience offers a valuable perspective to clients whose lives and businesses are increasingly shaped by globalization.
In her free time, Nathalie loves to watch movies at Portland’s independent theaters, lose herself at farmers markets, attend art exhibits, spend time with friends, practice Barre3, and take day trips to the coast.