Natalie  Shkolnik

Natalie Shkolnik

Partner

New York
+1 212 981 2294
Emailnshkolnik@wilkauslander.com
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Natalie Shkolnik has extensive experience in securities litigation, including class-action litigation, governmental and regulatory investigations, and arbitrations. Her clients include public and private corporations as well as hedge funds, large institutional banks, and high-profile individuals.

Natalie also provides representation and guidance to high-net-worth individuals residing outside of the U.S. in their business and personal matters. Working closely with lawyers from the firm’s various practice groups, Natalie helps her non-U.S. clients navigate the intricacies of U.S. law. She also functions as liaison counsel on a variety of matters in the U.S. and, in conjunction with the firm’s Geneva office, in Europe, including general corporate matters, real estate transactions, litigation, judgment enforcement, banking and finance, tax, trusts and estates, and dispute resolution.

Natalie has litigated and mediated cases in federal and state courts. In addition to New York courts, she has litigated actions in New Jersey, Washington, New Hampshire, Florida, Georgia, and California. She also represents clients in domestic and international arbitrations before such forums as FINRA and the London Court of International Arbitration. Natalie has represented clients facing investigation by the SEC, the Attorney General of the State of New York, and the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance. She has obtained numerous favorable resolutions for financial and corporate institutions in connection with regulatory and SRO inquires and investigations.

Skilled in the area of complex, large-scale judgment enforcement litigation, with an emphasis on judgments arising from defaults on distressed debt, Natalie has worked on over a dozen judgment enforcement cases throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia, including the United Kingdom, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

Extensive experience in e-discovery allows Natalie to successfully manage clients’ records before and after litigation, avoiding financial and administrative penalties due to willful or inadvertent spoliation of evidence. She also manages and implements effective solutions in the face of complex and often demanding discovery requests received in court, governmental, and regulatory proceedings. Natalie frequently works directly with her clients’ technical personnel to coordinate the capture and retention of large and complex stores of electronic and other data requested by the courts and regulatory agencies.

Overview

Natalie Shkolnik has extensive experience in securities litigation, including class-action litigation, governmental and regulatory investigations, and arbitrations. Her clients include public and private corporations as well as hedge funds, large institutional banks, and high-profile individuals.

Natalie also provides representation and guidance to high-net-worth individuals residing outside of the U.S. in their business and personal matters. Working closely with lawyers from the firm’s various practice groups, Natalie helps her non-U.S. clients navigate the intricacies of U.S. law. She also functions as liaison counsel on a variety of matters in the U.S. and, in conjunction with the firm’s Geneva office, in Europe, including general corporate matters, real estate transactions, litigation, judgment enforcement, banking and finance, tax, trusts and estates, and dispute resolution.

Natalie has litigated and mediated cases in federal and state courts. In addition to New York courts, she has litigated actions in New Jersey, Washington, New Hampshire, Florida, Georgia, and California. She also represents clients in domestic and international arbitrations before such forums as FINRA and the London Court of International Arbitration. Natalie has represented clients facing investigation by the SEC, the Attorney General of the State of New York, and the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance. She has obtained numerous favorable resolutions for financial and corporate institutions in connection with regulatory and SRO inquires and investigations.

Skilled in the area of complex, large-scale judgment enforcement litigation, with an emphasis on judgments arising from defaults on distressed debt, Natalie has worked on over a dozen judgment enforcement cases throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia, including the United Kingdom, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

Extensive experience in e-discovery allows Natalie to successfully manage clients’ records before and after litigation, avoiding financial and administrative penalties due to willful or inadvertent spoliation of evidence. She also manages and implements effective solutions in the face of complex and often demanding discovery requests received in court, governmental, and regulatory proceedings. Natalie frequently works directly with her clients’ technical personnel to coordinate the capture and retention of large and complex stores of electronic and other data requested by the courts and regulatory agencies.

Education

Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 1999

New York University, Stern School of Business, B.S., 1996

Bar/Court Admissions

New York

United States District Court for the Southern District of New York

United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York

Affiliations
  • UJA-Federation of New York: Russian Leadership Division, Board Member
  • Council of Jewish Emigre Community Organizations (COJECO), Board Member
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