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Natasha co-leads the firms’ Psychedelics and Emerging Therapies Practice Group and is also part of the product liability team. She focuses her practice on assisting

Natasha co-leads the firms’ Psychedelics and Emerging Therapies Practice Group and is also part of the product liability team. She focuses her practice on assisting clients in navigating the regulatory scheme for conducting clinical trials on psychedelics and other controlled substances and litigating product liability claims.

Natasha is well-versed in historical and current psychedelic research including recent FDA-approved studies on MDMA and psilocybin use for mental health and end-of-life issues, the legalization and decriminalization of psylocibin in numerous cities and states, and biotech and pharmaceutical research. Natasha’s interest in this area keeps her at the forefront of assisting clients in navigating regulatory uncertainty, legislative advocacy, corporate transactions, and ­­­­­­­­­­litigation in this rapidly evolving complex area. Natasha is also dedicated to insuring diversity, equity, and inclusion and recognizing and preserving indigenous knowledge.

Academic institutions, product manufacturers and commercial businesses are among the clients relying on Natasha’s broad experience. Natasha has defended clients against claims of mold, asbestos, and benzene exposure, including landlords and housing authorities in disputes regarding habitability. She has represented clients alleging violations under the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic (FD&C) Act, and counseled clients regarding California’s Proposition 65 warning requirements, among other state and federal laws.

While in law school, Natasha interned with the California Attorney General Energy Task Force, working on antitrust issues related to the state’s 2001 energy crisis. Her inside view of regulatory issues is appreciated by clients as she navigates them through various complex litigation and compliance.

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Natasha co-leads the firms’ Psychedelics and Emerging Therapies Practice Group and is also part of the product liability team. She focuses her practice on assisting

Natasha co-leads the firms’ Psychedelics and Emerging Therapies Practice Group and is also part of the product liability team. She focuses her practice on assisting clients in navigating the regulatory scheme for conducting clinical trials on psychedelics and other controlled substances and litigating product liability claims.

Natasha is well-versed in historical and current psychedelic research including recent FDA-approved studies on MDMA and psilocybin use for mental health and end-of-life issues, the legalization and decriminalization of psylocibin in numerous cities and states, and biotech and pharmaceutical research. Natasha’s interest in this area keeps her at the forefront of assisting clients in navigating regulatory uncertainty, legislative advocacy, corporate transactions, and ­­­­­­­­­­litigation in this rapidly evolving complex area. Natasha is also dedicated to insuring diversity, equity, and inclusion and recognizing and preserving indigenous knowledge.

Academic institutions, product manufacturers and commercial businesses are among the clients relying on Natasha’s broad experience. Natasha has defended clients against claims of mold, asbestos, and benzene exposure, including landlords and housing authorities in disputes regarding habitability. She has represented clients alleging violations under the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic (FD&C) Act, and counseled clients regarding California’s Proposition 65 warning requirements, among other state and federal laws.

While in law school, Natasha interned with the California Attorney General Energy Task Force, working on antitrust issues related to the state’s 2001 energy crisis. Her inside view of regulatory issues is appreciated by clients as she navigates them through various complex litigation and compliance.

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