Katherine’s practice covers both international and media law, with an emphasis on arbitration and litigation for both claimants and defendants.

Katherine’s media law practice includes working on reputation management and privacy matters including both pre- and post-publication cases for private individuals and high-profile clients.

Her cases have covered a wide range of subject matters and involve a variety of issues, such as proceedings for an anonymous client in a successful privacy claim that was brought against multiple defendants and involved numerous causes of action, including defamation, misuse of private information and breach of copyright.

Katherine also has experience in data protection law and has successfully secured the de-listing and removal of content published online.

Katherine’s international law practice focuses on international arbitration where she has assisted on a high-profile and complex international arbitration claim under the ICSID rules.

Katherine also has experience in intellectual property matters involving trademark and copyright issues.

Katherine’s publications include:

  • Inforrm’s Blog – Does publication of private information in other jurisdictions extinguish the right to privacy here? Sand Van Roy -v- Associated Newspapers
  • The Law Society Gazette – UK Election 2019: What you can and can’t say about a candidate