"She speaks with transparency and in a language understood by non-legal personnel. She is very approachable, she gives sound advice, she is commercially aware and she is incisive in her summing up of a situation."Chambers UK 2022, Associate to Watch
Katherine Fox is a senior associate in the Employment & Benefits' practice of the London office. She joined Mayer Brown in 2011. Katherine advises on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious employment matters and acts for clients across a variety of sectors including insurance, financial, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and leisure.
Katherine’s advisory experience includes advice regarding senior exits and settlement agreements, redundancies, disciplinary and grievance issues and TUPE. She also has experience advising on global employment issues and matters concerning executives' terms and remuneration. She drafts employment documentation including employment and consultancy agreements, policies and handbooks. She is experienced in project managing global international projects across multi-jurisdictions on issues such as business transfers, data processing and changes to terms and conditions. In this context, Katherine works closely with Mayer Brown colleagues overseas and our network of global firms. Katherine also advises on corporate and transactional matters and has worked on numerous global outsourcing deals.
Katherine’s contentious experience includes acting for employers in the Employment Tribunal, the Employment Appeals Tribunal, the High Court and the County Court. She has worked on claims involving unfair dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing and breach of contract issues.
The College of Law, London, LPC
University of East Anglia
LLB (Law) 2003-2006
- England and Wales
- Listed as an 'Associate to Watch', Katherine Fox 's employment advice is sought after by clients from the legal, financial and consumer goods markets, among others. She is able to advise clients on both employment litigation and non-contentious work. "She speaks with transparency and in a language understood by non-legal personnel. She is very approachable, she gives sound advice, she is commercially aware and she is incisive in her summing up of a situation." Chambers UK 2022.
- Ranked as a "Rising Star" in Thomson Reuters’ Super Lawyers magazine for 2014, employment section.