Katie acts for a variety of clients, predominantly employers, on a wide array of employment law issues. Katie deals with both contentious and non-contentious matters, including unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal, redundancy, discrimination, post termination restrictions and day-to-day workplace issues.
Katie joined Doyle Clayton in 2013 having previously trained and worked at the international firm, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP.
Katie has a particular interest in high court litigation and has recently worked on a number of disputes relating to the enforcement of post termination restrictions, removal and misuse of confidential information and an unlawful team move.
Katie also has experience of acting for LLPs and members of LLPs on a variety of issues, including unfair prejudice claims.
Katie has a particular interest in the restructure/reorganisation of companies, particularly in relation to TUPE transfers.
Katie is also member of Doyle Clayton’s education team, advising both schools and colleges on a range of employment law matters.
Katie writes regularly on various areas of employment law and is frequently quoted in The Huffington Post.
Experience and Qualifications:
- Qualified in February 2012
- Specialist in Employment Law since 2012
- Employment Lawyers’ Association