Bradley & Riley PC

Natalie K. Clouse

Tel/Direct: 319-861-8766
Location: Cedar Rapids, IA

Background

Natalie regularly advises clients in the area of employment law including on issues of employee discipline and wrongful termination, workplace investigations, wage and hour issues and discrimination and harassment complaints with the EEOC, Iowa Civil Rights Commission and local commissions. She also represents employers involved in litigation arising out these same issues. 

Assistant: Rachel
Assistant's Phone: 319-861-8730
Assistant's Email: rchurch@bradleyriley.com

Education

  • Bachelor’s Degree with distinction, Iowa State University, 2002
  • Juris Doctorate with distinction, University of Iowa College of Law, 2005

Bar Admissions

  • Iowa State Courts
  • United States District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Iowa
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit

Professional and Community Affiliations

  • American Bar Association
  • Iowa State Bar Association
  • Linn County Bar Association
    • Board of Governors, former member
    • Linn Law Club, Past President
  • Johnson County Bar Association

Civic and Volunteer Involvement

  • Brucemore Board of Trustees, member
  • Cedar Rapids Library Foundation Board of Directors, Secretary and past President
  • Junior League of Cedar Rapids, Vice President for Community
  • Leadership for Five Seasons, Board of Advisors
  • Junior Achievement, volunteer classroom teacher
  • Impact CR Board of Directors, member and former Legal Advisor
  • Graduate of Cedar Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce Leadership for Five Seasons Program
  • Waypoint Public Policy Committee, former member
  • Hoopla, a magazine highlighting everything the Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Corridor has to offer, former staff writer
  • Cedar Rapids Big Brothers Big Sisters, former big sister

Professional Experience

  • Joined Bradley & Riley PC in 2007
  • Terpstra, Epping & Willett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 2005-2007

Speeches and Publications

Significant Cases

  • Steve Bennington v. Keith Westercamp and Appraisal Associates Company, United States District Court for the Northern District of Iowa (Case No. 10-67)(2011). Successfully defended a licensed real estate appraiser in a lawsuit filed by a buyer of the appraised property by obtaining a ruling that the buyer failed to state a claim upon which relief could be granted.
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