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Natasha L. Wilson focuses her practice on labor and employment law, and devotes her legal practice to representing management in all aspects of employment law, from prevention and compliance issues to arbitration and litigation. She is Chair of the Atlanta Labor & Employment Practice and Co-Chair of the Labor & Employment Practice's Corporate Restructuring & Employment Due Diligence group. Natasha has litigated a wide variety of employment issues on the federal, state and local levels before courts and administrative agencies. She works closely with her clients to provide counseling and consultation on employee matters, policy revisions, litigation prevention and the implementation of sound employment practices.

In addition to her practice, Natasha serves as the Co-Chair of the Greenberg Traurig African-American Inclusion Network (GAIN). Prior to joining the firm, Natasha was an associate with one of the largest law firms in the Southeast. Her prior litigation experience includes representation of clients in environmental and toxic tort defense and general business litigation. She also has experience in white collar criminal defense and corporate investigations, electronic discovery and digital information. Before entering law school, Natasha worked as a television journalist for seven years.

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