Katherine is an Associate at Kingsley Napley. She joined Kingsley Napley in 2013 from 9–12 Bell Yard Chambers, where she specialised in extradition and crime. As well as specialising in extradition, Katherine has developed a reputation in the field of business and human rights and has worked with and lectured NGOs and law firms on issues of corporate responsibility and liability for human rights abuses and environmental harm.
In our previous post we examined how the new Magnitsky Clause might affect businesses and individuals who profit from or assist, directly or indirectly, the suppression of whistle-blowers ...On July 10, 2017 / By Katherine Tyler
Katherine Tyler looks at new statutory powers to target the assets of those implicated in gross human rights abuses. ...On July 5, 2017 / By Katherine Tyler
Katherine Tyler examines a recent case which highlights the dangers for companies in doing business with regimes involved in the commission of international crimes. ...On May 3, 2017 / By Katherine Tyler
In light of recent developments in France, Katherine Tyler considers the potential criminal liability of companies for international crimes. ...On April 3, 2017 / By Katherine Tyler
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