Natasha is identified in the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners directories as a leading junior in the fields of Commercial Litigation, Banking & Finance and Professional Negligence. She is described as “a terrific junior whose quality of work shines through” (Chambers & Partners, 2019) and “a formidable talent and a star in the making” (Legal500, 2018). Previously, Natasha has also been identified as one of ten “Stars of the Bar” by Legal Week, which described her as “extremely bright and user-friendly”, “incredibly efficient” and “a pleasure to work with”.
Natasha has been instructed on a number of high-profile commercial cases, both domestically and overseas. For example, Natasha was instructed in two of The Lawyer’s “Top 10 Cases of 2017”, acting for RBS in the widely-publicised RBS Rights Issue Litigation and defending RBS against the c£400m claim brought by the property tycoon Stuart Wall. She also acted for Credit Suisse in relation to its claim against a Dutch Social Housing Association to recover €83 million owed under various interest rate derivative transactions and is currently defending Mayer Brown in a c£100 million professional negligence claim brought against the firm.