Katrina is a regulatory lawyer who advises tech companies, consumer brands and food manufacturers on all aspects of e-commerce, product labelling and advertising compliance. She is particularly experienced in supporting businesses through adapting to regulatory change such as the forthcoming Platforms for Business regulation. Katrina also represents clients who are being investigated by regulators or require representation at consultations. She has worked with a range of regulators including the Advertising Standards Authority, the Portman Group and various Trading Standards bodies. Katrina has a particular expertise in the food and beverage sector and is a key member of Osborne Clarke's food law practice. In this capacity she is regularly interviewed on topical food law matters and has been quoted in the Times and various industry publications. Katrina was seconded to Nestlé for seven months during which time she supported the business through the introduction of the new rules on advertising HFSS foods to children. Prior to retraining as a solicitor, Katrina spent ten years as a client manager delivering brand strategy and advertising advice to food and beverage manufacturers. While retraining Katrina also set up her own business providing strategic brand positioning advice to global food manufacturers.