Natalie Quinlivan

Natalie is an experienced litigator with a practice that focuses on international fraud disputes and corporate investigations.

Natalie represents clients on a range of issues including joint venture and shareholder disputes, contentious insolvency matters and enforcement of international judgments and awards. She also advises on all legal issues arising from fraud, including investigations, emergency interim orders in civil courts such as freezing orders and search orders, parallel sanctions and international asset tracing.

In addition to her litigation practice, Natalie is a corporate investigations and risk advisory specialist. She has significant experience in advising corporates on how to prepare for and respond to crisis situations, including bribery allegations, sanctions risk, dawn raids and regulatory breaches.

As a result, Natalie is well versed in guiding corporates through the quagmire of reputation management which usually accompany these events. She also assists clients who are innocently mixed up in the wrongdoing of others respond to requests for information and evidence, from investigation through to trial support. 

Natalie acts for a wide range of domestic and multinational corporates and high net worth individuals across sectors including financial services, retail, oil and gas, clean energy and renewables.

Professional memberships

  • Commercial Fraud Lawyers Association
  • Young Fraud Lawyers Association
  • Financial Services Litigation Association

Languages

  • English

Qualifications (only qualified jurisdictions of practice)

  • Solicitor, Republic of Ireland
  • Solicitor, England and Wales

Location

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