Nathalie is a dual-qualified lawyer in England & Wales and in New York and focuses her practice on commercial dispute resolution, including banking litigation, fraud, contractual disputes, and white-collar investigations. She also has non-contentious experience in company law.
Nathalie has acted on a number of cross-border commercial and government disputes and on large-scale international arbitrations, in England and in the US. She is also fluent in French and speaks Spanish to a professional level.
- Commercial litigation
- International arbitration
- White-collar crime
- Regularly acts on large-scale private equity transactions, assisting start-ups, private companies and private equity investors on the sale/purchase of businesses. Drafted clauses in Sale and Purchase Agreements (SPA), Asset Purchase Agreements (APA), Subscription and Shareholders Agreements (SSA) and prepared ancillary documents.
- Drafted successful applications on behalf of payment services companies to become SEPA (Single Euro Payment Area)-accredited.
- Provided regulatory advice to clients in relation to various EU regulations and competition matters. Drafted risk assessment advice on entering into commercial agreements, in light of the current and future regulatory context.
- Brought a winding-up petition on behalf of large institutional creditors and provided advice in relation to the sales of assets at auctions. Represented institutional creditors in company voluntary arrangements.
- Provided commercial advice to yacht owners following accidents at sea or in relation to disputes with shipyards, or between yacht purchasers and owners.
- Acted for companies and individual shareholders in shareholder disputes such as derivative actions and unfair prejudice petitions.
- Successfully challenged the jurisdiction of the County Court and obtained the transfer a maritime claim to the Admiralty Court.
- Obtained damages in a claim against a shipyard under the Consumer Rights Act 2015.
- Acted for the claimants in a fraud dispute in the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) in relation to investments in real estate investment funds in India.
Please note: The experience list above may include examples of work completed prior to joining Keystone Law.
Nathalie qualified as a solicitor in 2018. Prior to joining Keystone Law in 2018, she worked at the following firms:
- Baker McKenzie
- Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
- Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer