Natalie M. Koss is managing partner at Potomac Legal Group, PLLC in Washington, DC where she practices in the field of employment discrimination litigating and representing clients in court or before state and federal administrative agencies. She also maintains a busy commercial litigation practice. Ms. Koss is an experienced advocate who has achieved outstanding results on behalf of her clients either in court or through negotiated settlement. Ms. Koss also provides advice and counsel to startup companies on employment issues, entity selection, intellectual property protection, acquisition of other businesses and commercial and venture capital debt and equity financing.
As part of her employment and labor law practice, Ms. Koss has litigated and secured settlements for numerous clients with various employment claims, including sexual harassment, pregnancy discrimination and other actions under Title VII and the D.C. Human Rights Act. Ms. Koss has extensive experience negotiating severance packages for employees and most recently negotiated lucrative severance/compensation packages for software sales executives, health care professionals, administrative assistants and C-level executives. Ms. Koss also has litigation and counseling experience related to non-compete agreements, employment contract disputes and commission disputes. Ms. Koss has experience in employment commission disputes having litigated commission disputes, including one case resulting in a $1.1 million jury verdict.
As part of her commercial litigation practice, Ms. Koss has extensive experience litigating negligence actions against banks and accountants. Ms. Koss has litigated many cases against banks asserting claims under the Uniform Commercial Code involving unauthorized ATM withdrawals, unauthorized ACH and wire transfers and other acts of banking negligence resulting in six and seven figure losses. Ms. Koss has also litigated claims against accountants for negligence for failing to uncover acts of embezzlement.
Ms. Koss is admitted to practice in both the District of Columbia and Maryland.