Katie Dunn

Katie Dunn

Senior Associate, London

Email katie.dunn@hoganlovells.com

Phone +44 20 7296 5048

Fax +44 20 7296 2001

LanguagesEnglish

Practice groupCorporate

Katie Dunn is a Senior Associate in our Real Estate Disputes team in London. Katie works with both landlords and tenants and has extensive experience of dealing with break options, consent applications, service charge disputes, dilapidations, nuisance issues, debt recovery options and contested and uncontested lease renewals. Katie has secured vacant possession of high value properties from squatters and acted on urgent applications for injunctive relief to protect clients' property interests.  Katie regularly advises clients on potential constraints to development, such as obtaining vacant possession, rights of light and other easements. Katie was the lead lawyer in an international arbitration, concerning a Ukrainian property development, in the London Court of International Arbitration.

Awards and recognitions

2015

"Katie Dunn is bright and conscientious"
Legal 500

Education and admissions

Education

LL.B., University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 2004

Memberships

Property Litigation Association

Related industries

Real Estate

Related practices

Real Estate

Representative experience

Acting against Occupy London in expedited possession proceedings in the High Court and successfully defending Occupy's appeal to the Court of Appeal.

Acting for a Bank in a multi-property possession action in the High Court concerning several hotel properties across Central London.

Acting for a Bank in a professional negligence case against the valuers of a large residential development site.

Acting for a landlord in a successful mediation of a dilapidations dispute.

Acting in a successful High Court (Technology and Construction Court) action in relation to a terminal dilapidations claim.

Acting in an LCIA Arbitration between joint venture partners in connection with a shopping centre development in Ukraine.

Advising on a forfeiture action, for breach of a repairing covenant, in respect of a large mixed use building in a prestigious Central London location.

Dealing with various consent issues arising from a retailer's proposed refurbishment of its premises in Knightsbridge.

Latest thinking and events

Events

Real Estate Legal Update 2017 - The Future Size and Shape of Real Estate

Hogan Lovells Publications

Real estate quarterly, Winter 2016

Hogan Lovells Publications

Real Estate Quarterly Summer 2016

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