Natasha is a Senior Associate Solicitor in the Commercial Litigation team in Sheffield, and works on a wide variety of complex commercial and consumer disputes for both commercial and individual clients.
One of Natasha’s particular specialisms is in professional negligence claims and deals with a vast breadth of such cases involving construction professionals, solicitors, accountants, barristers, financial advisors and insurance brokers.
Natasha joined the firm in 2008 as a paralegal in the Commercial and Property Litigation team and qualified as a solicitor into that team in 2013 jointly with the insolvency team before moving full time into the Commercial Litigation team and being promoted to Associate in 2016 and Senior Associate in 2019.
Natasha currently acts for a broad range of clients, both nationally and internationally, including companies, insolvency practitioners and private individuals. She also works with a number of well-known insurers dealing with disputes for individuals and businesses who have the benefit of a legal expense insurance policy.
Natasha is tenacious and dedicated to achieving the best possible for all her clients, either through negotiation or advocacy, and has been described as a “problem solver” and the “go to” when there is a problem.”
- Dealing with matters in all levels of Courts and undertaking her own advocacy in the County Courts on a regular basis.
- Regularly representing clients at mediations and other alternative forms of dispute resolution.
"Natasha Guthrie has been operating at partner level for a while now. She is great with clients and is absolutely steadfast when things get tricky." - Legal 500, 2022
Natasha is a 'Notable Practitioner' – Chambers & Partners, 2021
"Natasha Guthrie is really terrific – running complex claims at partner level." – Legal 500, 2020
Natasha "is knowledgeable, diligent and a pleasure to work with." – Chambers & Partners, 2020
Natasha Guthrie is "lauded for her excellent manner with clients." – Legal 500, 2020
Natasha is a "rising star in professional negligence." – Chambers & Partners, 2018