Natalie F. Dallavalle Counsel

New Jersey
T 973.597.2582 | F 973.597.2583

Combining a passion for advocacy with a mind for strategy, Natalie focuses her practice on business and commercial litigation. Her practice includes breach of contract claims, fraud, minority shareholder derivative disputes, and complex commercial disputes. She guides her clients through all phases of the litigation process, from motion practice to trial, providing creative solutions to help manage risk and resolve issues as they arise.

Natalie also advises clients in trusts and estates disputes. Clients value her extensive experience in this area, and rest easier knowing that Natalie will fight relentlessly to protect their interests.

Natalie also maintains an active pro bono practice at Lowenstein Sandler. She has represented minors in immigration proceedings, helping them successfully attain asylum, special immigrant juvenile status, and permanent residence.

Representative Engagements

Represents individuals in a number of trusts and estates matters including undue influence, enforcement of inter vivos gifts, holographic will matters, breach of fiduciary duties, and attacks on and defenses of accountings.
Successfully represented a major provider of point-of-sale software in a commercial arbitration relating to wholesale software licensing and distribution.
Represented an international corporation to preserve its right as a licensee of intellectual property.
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Cybersecurity Breach: The Threat From Within
New York Law Journal, November 10, 2015
Matthew Oliver, Amy Wiwi, Natalie Dallavalle
Notes Found After Decedent’s Death Can’t be a Valid Will
Trusts & Estates, March 20, 2014
Jeffrey Wild, Natalie Dallavalle

Press Mentions

Lowenstein Sandler has won what may be an unprecedented victory in New Jersey probate litigation, representing beneficiaries of the Estate of Concetta Stone. The Superior Court of New Jersey ruled in our clients’ favor in a will contest, upholding the probated will and distributing the estate for the benefit of our clients. The court held that notes prepared by the decedent and found after her death did not constitute a valid will but rather were a “work in progress.” Partners Jeffrey J. Wild, Michael N. Gooen, and Associate Natalie F. Dallavalle led the team. , March 11, 2014

Related Areas

Business Litigation
Class Action Litigation
Fiduciary Counseling & Litigation


Seton Hall University School of Law ( J.D. , 2009 )
The College of New Jersey ( B.A. , 2006 ) , cum laude Political Science and English, minor in Women’s and Gender Studies

Bar Admissions

New York
New Jersey

Court Admissions

2009 , U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey