Natalie Martirossian

Natalie Martirossian

Natalie Martirossian
Los Angeles
+1 213 426-2555

Natalie Martirossian is a partner in the firm’s Business Law Department and a member of its Technology group. Her representation of companies spans the entire corporate life-cycle, including pre-incorporation planning, general corporate representation and counseling, venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, corporate governance, SEC compliance, and public company representation. Ms. Martirossian also works with venture capitalists in private stock offerings as well as investment banks in public stock offerings.

Ms. Martirossian currently serves on the Hiring Committee for the firm’s Los Angeles office. She joined Goodwin in 2013.


Ms. Martirossian’s transactional experience includes representing:

Venture Financings

  • Numerous private companies in venture capital financings
  • Numerous venture capital firms including Andreessen Horowitz, Benchmark, Charles River Ventures, Greylock, Norwest Venture Partners, Ribbit, and Sequoia 

Mergers & Acquisitions

  • Signal Sciences in its sale to Fastly
  • Motif Investing in its sale to Charles Schwab 
  • Exosome Diagnostics in its sale to Bio-Techne Corporation
  • WePay in its sale to JPMorgan Chase
  • SingTel/Amobee in its acquisitions of Turn and Kontera
  • Trunk Club in its sale to Nordstrom
  • Klout in its sale to Lithium Technologies

Capital Markets

  • MeridianLink in its initial public offering
  • Powered Brands in its initial public offering
  • BridgeBio in multiple equity and convertible debt offerings 
  • MyoKardia in multiple follow-on public offerings
  • Fate Therapeutics in multiple follow-on public offerings and private placement transactions
  • The Trade Desk in its $225 million follow-on offering
  • The underwriters, including J.P. Morgan and Goldman Sachs, in the $259 million 144A convertible notes offering of Five9

Professional Activities

While attending law school, Ms. Martirossian served as an associate editor of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal as well as co-founder and senior submissions editor of the Berkeley Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law.

Prior to attending law school, Ms. Martirossian served as an assurance associate in the Entertainment, Media, Communications, and Technology industry group at PricewaterhouseCoopers.




University of California, Berkeley School of Law


University of California, Los Angeles



  • California
  • New York

Recognition & Awards

Ms. Martirossian has been selected for inclusion in The Legal 500 2022.