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Charlotte has a broad disputes practice with substantial experience of complex, high-value cross-border litigation, arbitration and other dispute resolution mechanisms. She has significant expertise in financial services disputes (having previously been on secondment at a large institutional bank), company disputes, corporate insolvency in her work for IPs, and civil fraud / asset tracing. She particularly enjoys presenting and defending actions for worldwide freezing orders and other suitable injunctions.
Regularly advising on disclosure-heavy cases, Charlotte seeks to develop and deliver technical solutions to ease the cost burden for clients. With her higher rights of audience, she has full rights in all higher courts in England and Wales to conduct civil litigation.
Charlotte is the elected president of the Junior London Solicitor Litigation Association, and regularly speaks on panels and provides webinars about both her practice and recent procedural developments in the Business and Property Courts of England and Wales. During 2018/19, she played an active role in organising part of London International Disputes Week (LIDW), and currently sits on the committee for LIDW 2020/21. She is also a member of the Disclosure Pilot Working Group that is reviewing the use of the Disclosure Review Document.