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Nicola Mead-Batten

Associate at Capital Law

London, United Kingdom

About Me

An Associate in the Commercial Disputes team at Capital Law in Cardiff, my primary focus is on public and regulatory law matters, with a particular interest in the regulation of the media, healthcare and sport. I obtained a recommendation in Public and Administrative Law in the Legal500 in 2013 (see websites).

I also enjoy a wide commercial litigation practice covering matters such as pure contractual and/or tortious disputes, fraud, pensions litigation and commercial arbitration (including LCIA and ICC arbitrations). 

Having spent the first nine years of my career at Baker & McKenzie in London, I have undertaken a number of cross-border disputes including construction and business crime matters in a global context. I spent 8 months seconded to Bakers' office in Melbourne, Australia, where I experienced a new legal culture, procedural system and furthered my experience in international commercial litigation and public regulatory (particularly environmental) spheres. 

I have also picked up a variety of knowledge and experience from working in-house on client secondments including at Accenture, the Professional Standards Authority (formerly the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence) and the Merchant Navy Officers Pension fund. 

I am a keen advocate of pro bono work and have worked closely with organisations such as Save the Children, Dignity in Dying and at Legal Advice Centres in London.

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