The privilege against self-incrimination and its use in civil fraud proceedings
Katie is an Associate in the Dispute Resolution Team. She has a wide-ranging commercial practice with particular focus on complex civil fraud claims, boardroom and shareholder disputes, and breach of contract claims, acting for both claimants and defendants.
Katie has experience acting for clients in obtaining or opposing freezing injunctions. She also has experience as part of a supervising solicitor’s team on the execution of search orders.
Katie often works on matters with an international dimension, whether litigating in London on behalf of international clients or acting for UK and non-UK based clients in multi-jurisdictional disputes.
Katie joined Kingsley Napley in February 2012 as a paralegal in the Dispute Resolution team and completed her training contract with Kingsley Napley, qualifying as a solicitor in September 2017.
Katie is involved in a number of projects aimed at addressing issues affecting the local community, particularly homelessness and social inclusion, and is an active member of the firm’s Charities and Community and Responsible Business Committees. Katie acts as a Professional Ambassador for Aspiring Solicitors and volunteers as a caseworker for Amicus.
“ …may I take this opportunity of thanking you all for the advice, support and assistance that you have given throughout this process, which has contributed to us reaching an early and excellent outcome.”
"Thank you again for fighting my corner so astoundingly.”
"Katie’s drafting is “intelligent, dignified, assertive and to the point” and demonstrates a “fierce grace.”
"It means a lot to me […] to have two formidable women doing me justice.”
"Thank you again for guiding me through this process.”
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