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Natalie Colvin focuses her practice on complex civil litigation.

While in law school, Natalie was a member of The George Washington International Law Review. She also interned with The Honorable Francisco A. Besosa, US District Court for the District of Puerto Rico, and with The Department of Homeland Security, Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. Read Natalie Colvin's full bio. 

Taxpayers are running out of time to file refund claims against the government. If the government reduced or denied your Section 1603 cash grant, you can file suit in the Court of Federal Claims against the government to reclaim your lost grant money. Don’t worry, you will not be alone. There are numerous taxpayers lining up actions against the government and seeking refunds from this mismanaged renewable energy incentive program. Indeed, the government lost in round one of Alta Wind I Owner-Lessor C. v. United States, 128 Fed. Cl. 702 (2016). In that case, the trial court awarded the plaintiffs more than $206 million in damages ruling that the government unreasonably reduced their Section 1603 cash grants.

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