Natalie is experienced in substantial and complex commercial disputes across a range of sectors and industries. Her cases have included contractual and shareholder disputes, debt recovery and judgment enforcement matters and professional negligence claims. Natalie also has experience advising on the pursuit and defence of claims and strategies to recover distressed debts and assets in fraud, insolvency and financial restructuring situations.

Clients she has acted for include FTSE 100 and 250 companies, financial institutions, insolvency practitioners and creditors and directors of insolvent companies.



Natalie’s experience includes advising:

  • liquidators of an offshore company seeking to recover investor funds dissipated in connection with a US$800 million multi-jurisdictional fraud
  • an administrator of a global company in High Court litigation relating to a €1 billion cross-border contractual and financial restructuring dispute
  • trustees in bankruptcy presiding over a bankruptcy estate involving million pounds of recoveries of assets for creditors and several related proceedings
  • a creditor of an alternative assets management company seeking to enforce an overseas judgment in the UK for substantial cryptocurrency debts
  • a financial institution creditor on the recovery of debts from a US corporation secured against US$4 billion of financial securities
  • a business owner on professional negligence claims against a leading solicitors firm and barristers in connection with advice provided on a commercial claim
  • a FTSE 100 corporate in investigations into allegations of bribery and corruption conducted by the UK Serious Fraud Office and the US Department of Justice
  • Advising the owner and former director of a major bank in relation to a regulator’s decision to withdraw the bank’s trading licence in a dispute involving an investment treaty arbitration against a European State and related proceedings. The matter concerned the bank’s pursuit of recoveries for losses it had suffered in multiple jurisdictions as a result of the licence withdrawal
  • Advising a major global conglomerate on claims and recovery options including an ICSID investment treaty arbitration against a Middle Eastern State relating to an investment in the power and energy infrastructure sectors
  • Acting for a FTSE 250 corporate in an International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) arbitration against a Middle-Eastern government relating to one of the largest airport construction projects in the world



Natalie has been quoted in the press, published and authored articles and given talks on a variety of subjects including:


Speaking engagements

Natalie regularly speaks at legal conferences, and chairs seminars and panels.  Recent appearances by Natalie include:

  • Speaking about the Disclosure Pilot Scheme/Practice Direction at The Law Society Civil Litigation Section Conferences
  • Panellist and Speaker at London International Disputes Week 2020


Before joining Stewarts, Natalie worked in the Disputes and Investigations Team at Slaughter and May. Natalie qualified as a solicitor advocate in 2017 (Higher Courts, Civil Proceedings).


Accreditations and memberships

Natalie holds the Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency for corporate and personal insolvency matters. She is a Committee Member of the London Solicitors Litigation Association and was previously President of the Junior London Solicitors Litigation Association.

Natalie is also a member of R3, The Insolvency Practitioners Association and Thought Leaders 4 (Fraud, Insolvency, Restructuring, Enforcement). She was a member of the Rolls Building Disclosure Working Group responsible for drafting the disclosure pilot in the Business and Property Courts in England and Wales, which is now a practice direction in the UK Civil Procedure Rules.

Natalie is a member of Stewarts’ Non performing Asset Recovery and Edisclosure Steering Groups.


Natalie enjoys adventure holidays, running, swimming, and sampling international cuisines.