Catherine is partner and head of the dispute resolution team in Exeter. Catherine’s key areas of work are contract disputes and commercial litigation. She studied law at the University of Exeter and also completed the Legal Practice Course there, before training with the Firm and qualifying as a solicitor in 2005.
Catherine has helped clients to resolve disputes arising out of various different types of contracts, including share sale and purchase agreements, distribution agreements and supply contracts. Other types of dispute that she assists clients with include professional negligence claims, disputes arising out of financial services and defamation claims.
Catherine has acted for business clients in a range of different sectors. Her experience in the renewables sector includes assisting businesses in resolving customer disputes arising out of the supply of wind turbines and biomass boilers. She has also advised landowners and developers on contract disputes arising out of solar park and wind turbine sites.
She has also advised numerous South West food and drink producers in relation to contract disputes with suppliers and customers.
Examples of her recent work includes:-
In her spare time Catherine keeps fit by running and going to the gym. She enjoys walking on Dartmoor and along the beautiful and varied coastlines of Devon, Cornwall and Dorset.
Chambers 2019 - "very approachable and proactive."
Chambers 2018 - "She dealt with our matter very swiftly and proficiently, despite short notice and an already busy workload."
Recommended lawyer - Legal 500 2016. Legal 500 is an independent guide to the legal profession who recognises top lawyers. She is "skilled at negotiating an ideal position".