Natalie Armour

Natalie Armour joined the Issues and Appeals section of The Lanier Law Firm in 2012. Her outstanding experience in trial and appellate matters complement the expertise of the other attorneys at The Lanier Law Firm.  She handles complex briefing in trial and appellate courts in mass tort, pharmaceutical and medical device litigation, and other types of product liability cases, personal injury matters, and business litigation.

Since 2018, Ms. Armour has been named one of the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Attorneys. In 2020 and 2021, she was selected as a Texas Rising Star by Thomson Reuters. In 2021 and 2022, she was recognized among The Best Lawyers in America.

Ms. Armour was a key member of the firm’s talcum powder litigation team that won a multi-billion jury verdict against Johnson & Johnson in 2018.  She was also a member of the firm’s appellate team that jointly briefed the matter before the court of appeals. In 2020, the Missouri Supreme Court declined to hear defendants’ appeal, preserving the $2.1 billion judgment.

She has briefed appellate matters before the Texas Supreme Court, Texas Courts of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, Eighth Circuit, and Court of Appeals for the Eastern District of Missouri.  She is licensed to practice law in Texas. She is also a member of the Appellate Sections of the State Bar of Texas and the Houston Bar Association.

Ms. Armour is a native Texan who was born and raised in Dallas. She graduated cum laude from Baylor University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and cum laude from Texas Tech School of Law in 2009.  After law school, Ms. Armour clerked for Justice Kent C. Sullivan at the Fourteenth Court of Appeals in Houston, Texas. Prior to joining The Lanier Law Firm, she worked as an associate at two Houston defense firms, where she focused primarily on property-related insurance litigation.

Ms. Armour currently resides in Cypress with her husband Jonathan, their children, and their great dane, Tigerlily.  She enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, and exercising.