Natasha Tardif

SJ Berwin

Natasha Tardif is a senior associate in the EU, competition and regulatory department of the Paris office of SJ Berwin. She joined SJ Berwin in January 2005, after having worked with a leading US law firm for three years.

Natasha has special expertise in representing international groups before EU and French competition authorities in relation to cartels and abuse of dominance matters. In this regard, she particularly assists her clients in all parts of public enforcement such as dawn raids and investigations. She also has experience in merger notifications to the French and the European authorities as well as the coordination of multi-jurisdictional merger filings.

Natasha is a litigator and is regularly involved in the representation of corporate clients before EU and French courts.

Her areas of expertise also include commercial contract related issues, betting and gaming regulations on a national and EU level including lobbying activities as well as complaints to the European authorities, consumer law as well as French unfair trade practices, both in contentious and non-contentious matters.

Natasha is a lecturer at the European Business Lawyer Master’s degree at Paris V University, where she is in charge of a course dedicated to domestic and EU competition and distribution law.

She also regularly gives interviews and contributes articles to major legal and economic publications, and speaks at international conferences and seminars in London, Brussels and Paris on various points of her expertise.

Natasha was born in England and, having also studied law in London and worked in law firms in both London and New York, she is bilingual in French and English. She also speaks German and Persian.

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