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Natalie understands the importance of simplifying complexities for clients. Natalie witnessed the legal system at work early in life when her family emigrated from Poland. She has always had a strong desire to help people, beginning her career as a social worker. Always one to embrace academic challenges, Natalie earned a triple-major undergraduate degree (political science, communication arts and social welfare). While in law school, she began work on an MBA, which she is scheduled to complete in May 2022. Natalie explored the prospect of working in banking and finance in law school, when she gained an appreciation for the sophisticated and complex legal questions that often arose in larger businesses and the creative ways that attorneys could help solve problems.

In March 2020, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued temporary guidance documents allowing for the increased production of alcohol-based hand sanitizer during the COVID-19 outbreak. Due to that guidance, most consumers and healthcare personnel have been able to obtain hand sanitizer without difficulty. Now the FDA plans to withdraw the temporary guidance on December 31st, 2021. This withdrawal impacts any company manufacturing alcohol-based hand sanitizers under the temporary policies.
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