Natalie Greenwood joins Euclid Law as Counsel

Euclid Law is pleased to announce that Natalie Greenwood has joined the London office as Counsel. Natalie, who is dual-qualified in the UK and Spain, has over 10 years’ experience both as a lawyer at Lloyds (where she was recognised as one of 30 most notable in-house competition professionals in her 30s) and as a senior lawyer at Clifford Chance. Natalie has extensive experience advising on all aspects of competition law, including cartels, mergers, behavioural antitrust and competition litigation. She has particular experience in financial services (including retail, banking, commercial banking, insurance and merchant acquiring), in addition to experience in media and consumer goods.

Sarah Long, partner at Euclid Law, commented: “I am delighted to welcome Natalie to the team – in addition to being an excellent lawyer, Natalie’s commercial acumen and broad experience will be of significant value to both the firm and our clients. As Euclid Law approaches its 5th year anniversary, we remain committed to our unique business model that operates without the traditional gearing structure. Natalie will be a great asset within that model, enabling us to continue providing the innovative and cost-effective legal advice for which we have built a reputation over the last 5 years.

Natalie Greenwood commented: “I am very happy to be joining such an impressive and diverse team of competition law professionals. I have witnessed Euclid Law rapidly rising in profile over the last few years, and look forward to working on some of the most cutting-edge EU and UK competition law cases. “

Notes to editors: Euclid Law is an award-nominated and award-winning boutique competition law firm with offices in London and Brussels, made up of 5 partners, 2 counsel, 1 senior consultant and a team of outstanding juniors. Euclid Law will be celebrating 5 years in January 2020.

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