Natalie Smith advises businesses on all commercial, intellectual property and data protection matters. She works with clients operating in sectors including media and entertainment, and technology.
Natalie has a keen interest in wearable tech, virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), the Internet of Things (IoT) and innovative technologies. She is also a member of the Society for Computers and Law.
Natalie trained at Harbottle & Lewis before qualifying into the Technology, Media and Entertainment department in 2016. Before starting her training, Natalie spent over three years as a legal assistant in Google’s commercial legal department, working on a broad spread of commercial and intellectual property matters in the technology sector.
- Natalie spoke on “Data as a rights proposition” at the European Sponsorship Association’s Sales Certificate Programme on 24 January 2017
- Natalie spoke on “Data Protection: Brexit and the GDPR” at the Book Industry Communication group’s “New Trends in Publishing” seminar on 6 September 2016
- Natalie spoke on Data Protection for charities and non-profits at Nethope’s European Chapter Meeting on 26 February 2016