Background & experience
Charlotte has experience in a broad range of dispute resolution matters, including contractual disputes, freezing injunctions, fraud, cybersecurity, defamation, and data protection proceedings. This includes acting for Finsbury Park Mosque in Finsbury Park Mosque-v-Reuters Limited in which Finsbury Park Mosque obtained damages and an apology for its wrongful categorisation as “terrorist” on their World Check database.
She also advises on several employment issues including drafting of employment contracts, directors service agreement, settlement agreements and redundancies. She has represented both employers and employees in the Employment Tribunal including acting for the appellant, a former Regional Director at RBS in Donkor v Royal Bank of Scotland, a successful claim for direct age discrimination dealt with by the Employment Appeals Tribunal.
Charlotte further maintains a regular corporate client base, where she provides advice on mergers and acquisitions, company reorganisations, shareholder’s agreements, company incorporations, commercial contracts and media regulatory obligations.
Charlotte joined Burlingtons in May 2020. She was admitted to the roll of solicitors in January 2016 having studied at University College Cork, Ireland where she graduated law in 2011 with a 2:1 before completing an LLM in Criminal Justice in 2012. She completed the Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School in 2013.