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Natalie Lund

Natalie is an experienced litigator who has successfully represented clients in all phases of litigation, from providing advice at the inception of a claim, to obtaining favorable results at hearing, settlement, motion proceedings, and on appeal to the Workers’ Compensation Court of Appeals and the Minnesota Supreme Court. Natalie has an exceptional appellate practice, with two of her more recent Supreme Court cases cited by attorneys in the vast majority of settlement agreements. The breadth of her experience allows Natalie to advise her clients effectively regarding their rights and obligations under the Minnesota Workers’ Compensation system.

In her spare time, Natalie likes to pretend she does things like yoga, running, and traveling, but then she realizes that she has two young children and has no time to do anything.

Education
  • University of St. Thomas, J.D., 2008
  • University of Wisconsin, B.A., 2005
Admissions
  • Minnesota
Awards and Recognitions

Dean's Award, Upper Level Writing, Bioethics, 2008

Speaking Engagements

  • Minnesota Workers; Compensation Institute, 2020
  • "Sexual Harassment in the Workplace," Minnesota Chapter of the Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) 2019 Annual Seminar
  • "Attorney Ethics," 2017 Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Deskbook Seminar
  • "Litigation Process and Settlement Strategy," Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry Workers’ Compensation Summit, June 2015
  • "Medical Implant Costs: Approaches to Deal with Medical Implant Markups," Minnesota Counties Intergovernmental Trust Workers’ Compensation Seminar
  • "Like, Comment, Share: Ethical Considerations for Attorneys Utilizing Social Media," Nuts and Bolts CLE Program, HCBA New Lawyers Group

Involvement

  • American Bar Association
  • Hennepin County Bar Association
  • Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association
  • Minnesota Employers Workers Compensation Alliance
  • Minnesota State Bar Association
  • Minnesota Workers' Compensation Institute, Co-Chair (2019)
  • Twin Cities Claims Association