Katherine has a broad commercial practice across all areas of Chambers’ work. She is experienced working in counsel teams or alone and has appeared as sole counsel in the Companies and County Courts.
Katherine’s current and recent instructions include:
- Acting for Dubai Islamic Bank in a $400m Islamic financing dispute arising from the NMC Healthcare fraud;
- Acting for investors in Serco Group Plc and G4S Ltd bringing claims under s. 90A FSMA 2000 for the publication of misleading information (led by Andrew Onslow KC);
- Acting for investors bringing claims to recover sums subject to a crypto-asset fraud (led by Chloë Bell);
- Successfully defending a major food manufacturer against a €37m claim for breach of tax warranties in a commercial arbitration (led by Will Day).
Katherine holds a first class degree from Jesus College, Cambridge and a number of academic scholarships and awards from Gray’s Inn. Before coming to the Bar, Katherine worked as a visiting lecturer at Public and Administrative Law at City, University of London.