Natasha is identified in the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners directories as a leading junior in the fields of Commercial Litigation and Banking & Finance. She is described as “a formidable talent and a star in the making” (Legal500, 2018) and is identified in Who’s Who Legal 2018 as a “Future Leader”. 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.