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Mills & Reeve LLP
1ST JAMES COURT
WHITEFRIARS
NORWICH
NR3 1RU
England

Work Department

Corporate/Health and care

Position

Corporate Finance and Commercial Health Partner.  Natalie advises health and care sector clients and other corporates to make deals happen.  She has an exciting and varied workload from volume acquisition programmes for multinationals (over 200 dental practice acquisitions) to drafting innovative national contracts for the Department of Health.  Natalie also acts on M&A transactions and company law advice across all sectors.

Career

Trainee Solicitor Eversheds 1997-99; Solicitor Eversheds 1999-2005; Associate Eversheds/Mills & Reeve 2005-2015; Partner 2015.

Education

UEA LLB (Hons) 1996; LPC Nottingham Law School 1997

Lawyer Rankings

London > Public sector > Healthcare

Mills & Reeve LLP‘s healthcare expertise spans acute care, mental health, commissioning and service reform, social care and primary care providers and life sciences. Key recent mandates include advising the Department of Health and Social Care on the design, procurement and implementation of the Future Operating Model project – a system governing over £5bn annual NHS spend – and supporting a US hospital group on the planned opening of a new London site. Jill Mason leads the group and is supported by public law specialist Dawn Brathwaite, while Rhian Vandrill focuses on NHS reforms and commercial relationships between NHS and the private sector. Natalie Wade and Peter Wainman are also of note for M&A transactions and technology contracts.

East Anglia > Corporate and commercial > Corporate and commercial: Norwich

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Natalie WadeMills & Reeve LLP

East Anglia > Public sector > Health

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Natalie WadeMills & Reeve LLP

Mills & Reeve LLP has more than 300 health sector clients nationally, and many of them call on the services of partners in the firm’s Cambridge and Norwich offices. It acts for leading NHS trusts, independent healthcare providers, commissioning groups, government bodies, charities and investors in the sector. The key partners in East Anglia are regulatory enforcement specialist Duncan Astill, health and care M&A expert Natalie Wade and technology and contracts adviser Peter Wainman.