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Real Estate Litigation - London (Firms)
"Kate juggles an impressive caseload but is always on top of things, which is incredibly impressive. She is creative and always has her eye out for a solution. She has pulled the most amazing settlements out of the bag on cases where I thought it was impossible." "She fights very hard for clients and is very pleasant to work with."
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Kate is a Partner in the Real Estate Litigation Team.
Kate is a property litigator who adopts an advisory and dispute resolution role, as well as a litigious one, on a wide variety of high profile real estate disputes.
Kate acts for clients including high net worth individuals, property funds and developers, and deals with various breaches of leasehold covenants, including dilapidations, service charges, applications for consent to assign/underlet/alter, rent reviews and other landlord and tenant issues. She also deals with contractual and development disputes, including specific performance claims, injunctions, rights to light, restrictive covenant issues, joint venture disputes, party wall act disputes and the redevelopment of business premises. Kate's time also sees her deal with a number of cases regarding business rates and the complexities of the statutory exemptions and reliefs.
Trained Nabarros LLP; qualified 2003; associate Nabarro LLP; partner Browne Jacobson LLP 2011-2014; partner Hamlins LLP 2014 to date.
Kate is the Vice-President of the Property Litigation Association Education Committee. She is a member of the Steering Committee for Property Litigation for Lexis Nexis and the expert litigator for Lexis Nexis Q&A.
Publications of note: property law journal, estates gazette, butterworths costs journal, solicitors journal.