Nicola is a commercial lawyer in Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner’s Technology and Commercial Team, and Retail and Consumer Products Group. She focuses on the commercial needs and business objectives of clients in the retail and consumer products industries, both online and offline, and her work involves drafting and negotiating high value commercial agreements and delivering pragmatic and practical solutions. Nicola advises both local and international clients and coordinates and consults with specialists and experts around the globe in order to achieve desired outcomes and results.

Publications

  • “Businesses: How You Can Prepare for the 2018 Changes to Data Protection Laws”, Bryan Cave EU Retail Newsletter, April 2017“
  • "Brands — You Are Responsible for Ensuring That Posts by Your Affiliate Marketers Are Cap Code Compliant”, Bryan Cave EU Retail Newsletter, April 2017
  • "British Retail Consortium Weighs in on Preferred Brexit Journey for Retailers and Consumers", Bryan Cave EU Retail Newsletter, May 2017
  • "Recent Changes to UK Rules on Advertising to Children", Bryan Cave EU Retail Newsletter, June 2017
  • "The UK's Advertising Standards Authority Puts a STOP to Gender Stereotypes in Ads", Bryan Cave EU Retail Newsletter, July 2017
  • "Retailers — Practical Guidance on How to Respond to the Increasing Threat to Cyber Security", Bryan Cave EU Retail Newsletter, July 2017
  • "Businesses: What You Need to Know About Changing Laws in April 2017", Bryan Cave EU Retail Newsletter, March 2017
  • "Retailers Requesting Payment in Return for Better Shelf Positioning Have Been Warned", Bryan Cave EU Retail Newsletter, March 2017
  • "Pushing Python Products? Beware UK Import Rules for Animal Furs and Skins", TheFashionLaw, March 2017
  • "UK Employers: You Have Enhanced Positive Obligations to Prevent Illegal Working", Bryan Cave EU Retail Newsletter, February 2017 
  • "Brands Expanding Internationally Should Embrace Competition-Conscious Luxury Goods Licences", TheFashionLaw, February 2017
  • "When Can You and When Should You Use Your Own Name for Your Brand", Bryan Cave EU Retail Newsletter, February 2017 
  • "When Will Your Electronic Marketing Efforts Be Caught as "Spam?", Bryan Cave EU Retail Newsletter, January 2017