Natasha Naidoo

Associate
Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa Inc

Johannesburg
South Africa
T:+27 11 685 8844
Johannesburg
South Africa
T:+27 11 685 8844
Natasha Naidoo

Natasha Naidoo

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Biography

Natasha is an associate in the insurance litigation team in Johannesburg and focuses on insurance litigation and general liability claims, more specifically medical malpractice and personal injury claims, all risks cover, business interruption, subrogated recoveries and defenses. Natasha has a particular interest in medical malpractice and personal injury matters.

She provides regulatory advice to some of the major private hospitals on aspects concerning terms and conditions of admission, policy interpretation, policy review and policy drafting, and she has also provided coverage advice.

Natasha has also dealt with complex arbitrations on behalf of both local and international clients.

Natasha graduated with a Bachelor of Laws degree and excelled in her fields of specialisation being Forensic Medicine, Third Party Compensation and Sale and Lease.

Natasha has written and published articles on medical and healthcare law related topics which have featured in various magazines and medical chronicles.


Professional experience

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Bachelor of Laws - Unisa

  • Attorney qualified in South Africa 2018

25 May 2019, "Neurologist's failure to inform patient of medication side-effects" - Medical Brief

https://www.medicalbrief.co.za/archives/neurologists-failure-inform-patient-medication-side-effects/

25 May 2019, "Court of Appeal swayed by surgeon's detailed med scheme notes" - Medical Brief

https://www.medicalbrief.co.za/archives/court-appeal-swayed-surgeons-detailed-med-scheme-notes/

January 2019, "The effect of legalisation of cannabis on the insurance industy" - Norton Rose Fulbright, Financial Institutions Legal Snapshot

https://www.financialinstitutionslegalsnapshot.com/2019/01/the-effect-of-legalisation-of-cannabis-on-the-insurance-industry/

January 2019, "Personalised medicine:  Implications for the insurance industry and for consumers" - Norton Rose Fulbright, Financial Institutions Legal Snapshot

https://www.financialinstitutionslegalsnapshot.com/2019/01/personalised-medicine-implications-for-the-insurance-industry-and-for-consumers/

January 2019, "Damages not recoverable for raising IVF conceived child born without father's informed consent" - Norton Rose Fulbright, Financial Institutions Legal Snapshot

https://www.financialinstitutionslegalsnapshot.com/2019/01/damages-not-recoverable-for-raising-ivf-conceived-child-born-without-fathers-informed-consent/

February 2019, "Is it safe to rely on a court to draw an adverse inference from the absence of a witness?" - De Rebus

http://www.derebus.org.za/is-it-safe-to-rely-on-a-court-to-draw-an-adverse-inference-from-the-absence-of-a-witness/

January 2018, "Is a 'union style' medical indemnity cover the answer?", Medical Brief

https://www.medicalbrief.co.za/archives/union-style-medical-indemnity-cover-answer/

February 2017, "SA's obs-gynae crisis:  Innovative Risk Solutions Needed", Medical Brief

https://www.medicalbrief.co.za/archives/sas-obs-gynae-crisis-innovative-risk-solutions-needed/

January 2017, co-author, "Construction in South Africa:  Beware of Bespoke Contracts", Norton Rose Fulbright Inside Africa

http://www.insideafricalaw.com/blog/construction-in-south-africa-beware-of-bespoke-contracts

April 2017, "Private Practice Pains", Drum Magazine and You magazine

https://financialinstitutionslegalsnapshot.lexblogplatformthree.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/161/2018/01/Drum-article.pdf

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