Natasha is known for advising corporates and investors on complex deals. She is particularly comfortable at the intersection between the communications and technology sector, advising on fields as far-ranging as mobile payments and digital content for telecommunication providers. She understands the nuts and bolts of the industry as well as bringing excellent technical skills in corporate and commercial law. Natasha is ideally placed to help businesses develop in the digital, connected world.
Where many firms would field both a corporate and a technology lawyer to achieve the breadth of understanding needed, Natasha parcels that experience and know-how into one pair of hands. She spent a year on secondment with the UK telecoms regulator at the start of her career.
Natasha’s work is truly global with recent activity spanning the UK, Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda, the Czech Republic and India. She is experienced in helping her clients to identify and control the risks of investing in high-growth markets. Her experience of telecoms regulation covers a diverse range of countries where other critical legal issues include sanctions and bribery.
In the UK, Natasha advises companies on the full range of corporate and governance issues they may face. She works with a range of global organisations such as HP, MTN and BT.
Chambers UK identifies Natasha as a leader in the telecoms field. She is co-head of Freshfields‘ global technology, media and telecommunications practice, and a curator of Freshfields Digital.
WWL says: Natasha Good is an experienced lawyer known for her "great regulatory expertise".
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