Before joining Milberg London, she represented clients from a range of sectors, including pharmaceuticals, construction, financial services, retail and digital. Natasha developed and led the opt-out consumer collective action – Justin Le Patourel v BT. The first standalone collective action to be successfully certified by the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) and a key case in the development of the CAT’s collective actions regime.
Natasha joined Milberg London in late 2020 to build its competition practice, with a focus on consumer redress and holding companies to account that have infringed competition law. In August 2022, Natasha worked with Alex Neill to file her standalone claim against Sony, seeking compensation for 8.9 million UK customers regarding Sony’s abuse of dominance relating to its conduct and pricing of PlayStation digital games. Natasha helped set up and is the Treasurer for The Collective Redress Lawyers Association (of which Milberg London is a founding member).
The Global Class Actions and Mass Torts Conference is a prestigious international event that focuses on the concept of collective redress, which refers to legal mechanisms that allow a large group of individuals who have suffered similar harm or injury to pursue their claims together as a single entity.