Natasha Bernal




Exclusive: Jeremy Clarkson lines up Quinn Emanuel to take on BBC

BBC Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has instructed Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan to represent him in any potential commercial dispute against the BBC for breach of contract. Olswang senior partner Mark Devereux is representing Clarkson during the BBC’s ongoing... Continue Reading →


Feature: Where are all the women law firm leaders?

Just eight women hold senior management roles in the UK’s top 50 firms despite females dominating the profession at entry level. How can that gulf be closed and what career steps will make the top more reachable? We asked today’s... Continue Reading →

Exclusive: Olswang Europe offices left out in the cold on three-way merger

Olswang’s continental European offices have been warned they will not be automatically included in the firm’s three-way merger with CMS and Nabarro, The Lawyer understands. The offices in Brussels, Madrid, Munich and Paris have been told they must negotiate the... Continue Reading →

Professional Player – Fashion Pages

This last month I have been working hard as the official Fashion Journalist for football magazine Professional Player! The quarterly magazine, which this month features an exclusive interview with Ryan Giggs, has been an epic production experience -- take a look... Continue Reading →

This is why Labour will lose the next general election

Yesterday evening, I shook hands with the man who wants to be our next prime minister. It was a limp, lifeless experience – which unfortunately matched the rather lukewarm status of his opposition party. In just one instant, I understood why Cameron probably... Continue Reading →

Bringing back ‘The Man Who Gave Us Sunshine’

Gary Morecambe and Bob Golding on innocent laughs, playing over 50 characters and resurrecting a legend, by Natasha Bernal I am sitting with the brains behind the acclaimed Morecambe play in a private room at the Richmond Theatre, where the... Continue Reading →

From Russia, with love

The Moscow City Ballet’s Nutcracker was enchanting, but only if you’re watching it for the first time Fancy seeing the Nutcracker in the middle of spring? The answer was no, judging by the half-empty seats at the Richmond Theatre last... Continue Reading →

Battle stations: the Cyber War has begun

One cloudy morning in November, executives from major UK banks gathered together to play a war game. The top secret exercise, called Waking Shark II, was a test of the UK banks’ strength to resist a prolonged cyber-attack. This exercise... Continue Reading →

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