Catrina Smith is an employment lawyer based in London. She focuses on all aspects of employment law, including corporate transactions, discrimination issues, business and human rights and the full spectrum of contentious and non-contentious work. She also advises on corporate governance and remuneration issues and executive appointments and terminations. Much of her work has an international angle. She has particular experience in handling highly sensitive and confidential matters affecting employers.
Prior to joining the firm, Catrina worked at another leading international practice where she was made a partner in 2003. During her career, Catrina has acted for some of the world’s leading companies. She is a highly rated practitioner in Chambers & Partners and is described as “an excellent, redoubtable litigator”.
Catrina is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association. She has participated in a number of ELA sub-committees responding to government consultations and is a member of the ELA Legislative and Policy Committee.
Employment Hot Topics: What you need to know in light of recent developments.
February 23, 2016 | London, United Kingdon
On November 29, 2016 the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published its much heralded Green Paper on corporate governance reform for discussion..
December 01, 2016
When discussing the role of individuals in an antitrust context, companies and their advisors often focus heavily on the most serious end of the spectrum – the consequences, potentially in terms of personal criminal liability, for an individual that becomes involved in a price-fixing cartel or similar hardcore competition infringement..
June 30, 2016
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Willis Lease Finance Corporation on the purchase of the consulting and asset management business of TES Aviation Group by way of a pre-pack administration sale..
November 07, 2016
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, working with Norwegian law firm Thommessen AS, has advised BP on the combination of its Norwegian subsidiary BP Norge’s business with Det norkse Oljeselskap ASA to create Aker BP..
October 04, 2016