Clark Hill Attorney Noelle Natoli to Present at Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA) Webinar Series
Member Noelle Natoli will present a webinar titled "The Sorting Hat: Unconscious Bias and Its Effect on Decision-Making" to the Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA) on September 22. The webinar will feature a discussion regarding implicit bias and how it can impact multiple aspects of the legal process. To register for the event, click here.
Natoli’s principal areas of practice are transportation and elder abuse, with extensive experience from pre-litigation investigation and emergency response to post-trial law and motion in both areas. She has tried several cases and mediated more than two hundred cases. She prides herself on her ability to listen directly to her clients’ needs and navigate complex litigation for the clients’ business benefit. She excels in the courtroom and with clients by focusing on the importance of issues and the relationship between the insured and insurer.
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