Charlotte is a litigator in Mishcon Private. She specialises in reputation protection, advising on defamation, breach of confidence, privacy, data and harassment issues. She acts for a wide variety of international and UK based clients, including individuals, corporates and charities.
Charlotte is part of Mishcon's Education Group and is passionate about advising educational institutions on safeguarding.
Charlotte is also a legal mentor for SPITE (Sharing and Publishing Images to Embarrass), a pro bono project that advises victims of revenge porn.
Before joining Mishcon, Charlotte was an Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP and was seconded to Oxfam and Liberty (National Council for Civil Liberties).
- Providing post-publication advice to a high net worth individual in relation to defamatory allegations made by a national tabloid.
- Advising clients who have had intimate images shared without their consent.
- Advising a high-profile charity in relation to a threatened defamation claim.
- Providing pre-publication advice to media organisations.
- Carrying out a reputation audit for an individual experiencing difficulties with accessing financial and professional services.
- Advising a high-profile charity in relation to a Charity Commission inquiry.
- Advising the Arcadia Group on the entry of 27 group companies into administration followed by advising the joint administrators of the companies, including on supplier disputes.
- Advising the Official Receiver as liquidator and PwC as special managers on the compulsory liquidation of Carillion.
- Advising the joint administrators of Monarch Airlines following their appointment in 2017.
- Advising a global oil and gas well flow management group, regarding its pre-packaged US Chapter 11 plan of reorganisation, a US $1.4 debt-for-equity swap and US $200m rights offer.
Associate, Mishcon de Reya LLP
Associate, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
Legal Secondee, Liberty (National Council of Civil Liberties)
Legal Secondee, Oxfam
Trainee, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
University of Cambridge, History