Natalie S. Federle, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP
Natalie S. Federle is a labor and employment attorney experienced in both traditional labor, and federal and state employment law issues. Natalie has counseled clients in a wide range of litigation, labor law and employment matters, including: restrictive covenants; employment contracts and policies; compliance with local, state and federal employment laws; wage and hour class actions and employee classifications; responding to government audits and charges; mass layoffs; and employment discrimination cases. In addition to her labor and employment practice, Natalie has experience representing defendants on a range of criminal matters, including re-sentencing hearings and with representing juveniles facing life sentences in the wake of federal and state rulings declaring such sentences unconstitutional. Natalie was an Alternate Commissioner on the Illinois Torture Inquiry and Relief Commission, which investigates allegations of police torture.
Natalie is also an active member of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois and currently serves as a co-chair of the organization’s Community Outreach Committee, and is a member of the Judicial Evaluation, Legislative and Annual Dinner Committees. Natalie is also a member of Personal Pac’s Future Voices Council, a group of young professionals working to advance the mission of Personal Pac to elect pro-choice candidates in Illinois. Natalie is a graduate of The George Washington University, and received her J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law.