Natu primarily focuses his practice on defending companies in contract, personal injury, product liability, and tort litigation. He prides himself on a strong work ethic and his ability to communicate with clients efficiently to reach their goals. He has experience in all phases of pre-trial practice, including initial case assessment, coordinating fact and expert discovery, and drafting pre-trial and dispositive motions. Natu also has trial experience, having been a member of various trial teams that achieved successful results for Shook clients. 

Natu graduated cum laude from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where he was a managing editor for the Florida Law Review and chair of public relations for the Florida Moot Court Team. While in law school, Natu worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Alan O. Forst of the Florida Fourth District Court of Appeal. Additionally, he was a research assistant to Professor Clay Calvert, where he assisted in drafting and editing law review articles regarding the First Amendment and media law. 

Natu also devotes a portion of his practice to pro bono services. His pro bono practice focuses on representing asylum seekers who have suffered persecution and seek protection under U.S. asylum laws. 

Natu is fluent in Spanish, and holds dual citizenship in the U.S. and  Argentina. 



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