Natalie specialises in employment law, advising on both contentious and non-contentious legal matters. She advises a range of corporate clients, from owner-managed businesses to PLCs, and has a particular interest in the impact of employment law on agriculture businesses and families.
Her employment law expertise covers tribunal litigation, discrimination, redundancies, health issues, grievance procedures and outsourcing issues. She handles complex cases involving acquisitions and disposals, advising extensively on TUPE.
Bringing in-depth understanding of employment law to the Agriculture team, Natalie helps rural businesses navigate complex disputes and contractual matters. Many of her cases involve small farming teams and family members working together, and she brings both an understanding and pragmatic approach to resolve matters effectively and sensitively.
As well as advising on employment matters, Natalie helps clients deal with performance, absence and minimum wage issues, to ensure the businesses can continue to run, progress and be profitable. Her clients in the agriculture space range from traditional farms to landed estates with glamping sites and commercial shoots.
Natalie's relevant experience includes: