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Signature Litigation LLP, Kathleen Leslie, London, ENGLAND

Kathleen Leslie

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Signature Litigation LLP

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Commercial Litigation, Insurance and Reinsurance Litigation


Kathleen is a Senior Associate at Signature Litigation who specialises in complex multi-jurisdictional commercial litigation and international insurance and reinsurance coverage disputes.

Kathleen’s experience covers day-to-day handling of High Court litigation and supervision of foreign proceedings.  She acts in a wide range of commercial disputes, including contractual and partnership disputes and financial services disputes.  She also advises on international property and casualty losses, fraudulent claims and professional negligence claims. 

Kathleen is co-editor and contributing author of the Insurance Institute of London Research Study Group 258 publication War Risks and Terrorism.


Attorney, Anderson Kill Olick & Oshinsky (New York); Solicitor, Barlow Lyde & Gilbert; Clyde & Co; Signature Litigation (2014 – present).


London Solicitors Litigation Association; American Women Lawyers in London


Bachelor of Arts, Political Science and Government, College of William and Mary; Juris Doctor, Pepperdine University School of Law.

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