International Disputes


Katy-Jade Church is an associate in the International Disputes team in Brown Rudnick's London office.

Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Katy-Jade qualified as a solicitor whilst working at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer where she worked in the Dispute Resolution teams.


Acting for a fund manager in a multi-million claim brought in the English High Court concerning the unlawful diversion of a business opportunity.

Acting for four Respondents in International LCIA arbitration proceedings concerning a failed joint venture for the operation of a group of Ukrainian companies in the agricultural sector.

Acting for one of the six Respondents in a petition under section 994 of the Companies Act 2006 brought before the Companies Court relating to the running of three major hotels in the United Kingdom.

Acting for a well-known luxury brand in obtaining a worldwide freezing order.

Acting for a large Middle-Eastern Company operating in the catering services industry in the enforcement of an ICC award.

Acting for a global investment bank in successfully obtaining judgment in one of the largest cases to have been heard in the Commercial Court which included $8 billion dollar claims from FX trading losses and a 14 week trial.


University of Reading- LLB, 2005
Inns of Court School of Law- Bar Vocational Course, 2006
University of London, intercollegiate LLM (Commercial & Corporate Law), 2006

Bar Admissions

Solicitor, England & Wales
Non-practicing Barrister, Member of Middle Temple, 2006