Katarina Morgan

Associate Solicitor

Luton

katarina.morgan@taylorwalton.co.uk

01582 390549

  • About me
  • Experience
  • Qualifications
  • Memberships

I am an Associate Solicitor in our Commercial Litigation department. I act for both claimants and defendants on a variety of high-value commercial disputes including contract, director and shareholder, contentious probate, trust and co-ownership of property matters (TOLATA). I also undertake work in professional negligence, partnership disputes and debt and insolvency. My practice has a particular focus on contentious probate, trust disputes, and TOLATA claims.

With over 10 years of experience, I have conducted litigation in the High Court, County Court, Bankruptcy Court and First-tier Property Tribunal, and I undertake my own advocacy where appropriate.

I am also well-versed in alternative dispute resolution, having held multiple mediations and joint settlement meetings for my clients.

My clients range from private individuals to body corporates, including companies and trustees.

I know that litigation and dispute resolution is stressful and daunting. I support my clients from beginning to end, giving them clear and concise practical advice, whilst advocating and representing their interests. I am proud that my clients trust that I always strive to get the best possible outcome for them.

Having worked as a paralegal and trained at a boutique litigation firm in the City, I qualified in Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution in 2014. Since then, I have worked in the Home Counties and joined Taylor Walton in 2020.

I am also recognised as an Associate and key lawyer in the Legal 500 for 2023 and 2024.

  • Acting for one of two brothers in a litigated contentious probate claim, which concluded in settlement.
  • Acting for trustees and executors for breach of duty claims brought against them, which was settled in a mediation.
  • Acting for an individual pursing a professional negligence claim against their former solicitor.
  • Advising a company on their contractual claims against one of their suppliers.
  • Acting for a co-owner of a property in bringing proceedings against the other owner for an order for sale.
  • Acting for an international company to defend claims brought against it for unjust enrichment and breach of contract.
  • LLB from Keele University
  • LPC from the College of Law London

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