Nathalie is a legal director at Addleshaw Goddard and an experienced solicitor qualified in England and Wales. Her practice focuses on the resolution of international disputes, in commercial and investor-state arbitrations and associated proceedings. She has acted as adviser for numerous international companies and states or state parties in arbitration proceedings conducted in numerous different jurisdictions. Her practice also focuses on the enforcement of arbitral awards.
Nathalie regularly acts as counsel in international arbitration proceedings administered under various international arbitral institutions and rules, including ICC, LCIA, SCC, ICSID and UNCITRAL.
She represents clients in major international commercial arbitration and public international law proceedings in the manufacturing, licensing, financial, telecommunications, gambling, insurance, construction and energy sectors.
Nathalie is a native English and French speaker, fluent in Spanish, and speaks Italian to a high level. Nathalie has won the Euromoney Women in Law Rising Star for Litigation award, and has been recognised as a rising star for International Arbitration in The Legal 500.
Representative matters include: successfully representing one of the world’s largest automotive companies in a €3 billion arbitration arising out of a failed joint venture; representing investors in a large Spanish company in relation to claims arising out of a shareholders’ agreement; successfully representing a foreign investor against a state in jurisdiction proceedings; and successfully representing a Swiss manufacturer in an arbitrator challenge and ensuing arbitration.
Nathalie completed the postgraduate diploma in law in 2003. She received a BA (Hons) in modern languages from the University of Oxford in 2001.