Burr & Forman Strengthens Labor & Employment Practice in Greenville with the Addition of Natalie Ecker Phillips

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Burr & Forman is pleased to announce the arrival of Associate Natalie Ecker Phillips to the firm's Greenville office as a member of the Labor & Employment practice group. Her practice focuses on employment law and commercial litigation. Natalie also provides advice and counsel to governmental entities and private businesses to help them navigate complex legal issues and avoid litigation where possible.

"We are thrilled to welcome Natalie to the Greenville office," said Office Managing Partner Bernie Ellis. "Her hands-on experience will provide exceptional value to our employment and commercial litigation clients across the Carolinas and Tennessee. Natalie's addition further supports our mission to offer top-tier solutions as we grow in both size and service."

Natalie has a wealth of experience advising clients pre-suit and litigating insurance coverage, Employment Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), business disputes, and professional negligence cases. She has successfully briefed and argued dispositive motions in state and federal courts in North Carolina and South Carolina, and handled depositions, mediations, and all other aspects of litigation.

Prior to working for Burr, Natalie worked at a premier litigation law firm in South Carolina. As a law student, she interned with The Honorable Wanda G. Bryant of the North Carolina Court of Appeals and in the Civil Labor Division of the North Carolina Department of Justice.

Natalie earned her J.D. from Washington and Lee University School of Law and her B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is licensed to practice law in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

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