Natasha Corb is an associate based in MG+M’s New Orleans office. Her practice focuses on products and premises liability, complex tort litigation, and environmental litigation.
Natasha actively participates in all aspects of defense from inception of the case through trial, including fact and expert witness discovery, complex motion practice, and critical investigations and analyses. As a first-year associate at MG+M, she took defense lead with plaintiffs, fact witness, and expert depositions in a living mesothelioma lawsuit pending in the Civil District Court for the Parish of Orleans, State of Louisiana (named by the American Tort Reform Foundation as a “judicial hellhole”) for two gasket and packing suppliers, one of which was a target defendant. Natasha secured a dismissal via summary judgment for one client, and the other was dismissed the day before trial. The trial proceeded against the sole remaining defendant, resulting in a seven-digit verdict for plaintiffs.
Natasha regularly works alongside the firm’s trial lawyers on local, regional, and national teams to conduct a significant amount of scientific research in a multitude of areas, including epidemiology, toxicology, medicine, geology, and hydrogeology for the defense of MG+M’s clients. She gathers and analyzes various data and literature to assist with both factual and expert defenses.
Natasha has actively defended oil and gas companies in a wide range of legacy oil field site and land loss cases, including claims associated with wetland loss, soil, and groundwater contamination, e.g., non-hazardous oilfield wastes (NOW) and naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM), etc. She also has extensive experience defending various clients, including “Mom-and-Pop” businesses and Fortune Global 500 companies, in toxic tort litigation throughout the country.
In addition, Natasha is actively involved with MG+M’s Women’s Forum as a delegate of its Southern offices. She is also a contributor to the firm’s blog, the Defense Litigation Insider.
A native of New Orleans, Natasha graduated from the University of New Orleans in 2011 on the Dean’s List while holding multiple leadership positions with Sigma Kappa Sorority. After her undergraduate career, she earned her J.D. from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University. During law school, Natasha participated in the NITA Trial Advocacy Program and earned the CALI Award in Seminars on Bioethics, Law & Policy. When she is not working, Natasha enjoys traveling, watching her beloved LSU Tigers play, and spending time with her Olde English bulldog, Dixie, and Boston terrier, Bella.