Natalie is a competition lawyer with extensive experience of EU and competition law, gained both in-house and in private practice. She is currently a member of the legal team representing English and international clients on the renowned Trucks cartel litigation.
Natalie commenced her legal career at BT where she trained in-house for three years, completing training seats in the competition and regulatory, commercial litigation, M&A and commercial departments. In addition, she undertook a six-month secondment to Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner’s antitrust and competition department, dividing her time between their London and Brussels offices.
Before joining Hausfeld, Natalie practised as an associate with Gowling WLG’s competition and trade team, where she advised on Article 101 and 102 TFEU, state aid and trade matters. She also helped develop the firm’s Nordic desk, which included establishing new client and network law firm relationships in Finland.
Natalie speaks fluent Finnish and conversational Spanish.
Natalie’s diverse client base spans across a wide range of jurisdictions and includes start-up firms and businesses in several sectors, including food and beverage, pharma, aerospace and transport.
Postgraduate Diploma in EU Competition Law, King’s College London
Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice, BPP University
LL.B Law, University of Essex
Solicitor, England and Wales, 2019
Member - Young Competition Network Steering Group - International Chamber of Commerce
Member - Finnish-British Chamber of Commerce
Natalie also has experience providing competition compliance training to various clients across multiple sectors, including reviewing key dawn raid documents for both clients and internally.