Natalie N. Mutz represents a diverse range of clients in business and entertainment litigation, intellectual property, real property, common interest developments, insurance bad faith and employment matters. Ms. Mutz has extensive experience in litigation and resolving intellectual property issues and issues arising under the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act. She has advised startup companies throughout their growth phases. She is admitted to practice before all California state courts and the U.S. District Court for the Central and Eastern Districts of California.
During law school, Ms. Mutz wrote for Southwestern Law School’s Journal of International Law and Commentator Legal News Magazine, served as a Director in the Student Bar Association and as President of the International Law Society of Southwestern Law School. She also volunteered with legal aid organizations including the FAME Free Legal Clinic and One-Justice.Org‘s Justice Bus Project.
Prior to beginning her legal career, she spent over four years living, working, and studying abroad in Europe, Asia and South America. She is proficient in Spanish and basic Japanese. She is an active member of the Bar Association of Santa Barbara and Los Angeles Counties.
Before joining Hager & Dowling, Ms. Mutz was an associate in the law firm of Kulik, Gottesman Siegel & Ware.
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