Kate Urell > Chambers of Kevin de Haan QC and Jonathan Goulding > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Kevin de Haan QC and Jonathan Goulding
Gough Square Chambers
6-7 GOUGH SQUARE
LONDON
EC4A 3DE
England

Position

Barrister specialising in consumer and regulatory law, in particular financial services.

Career

Called 2002; Middle Temple.

Languages

French.

Memberships

Financial Services Lawyers Association; Finance Litigation/Consumer Credit Forum; Food Law Group.

Education

Girton College, Cambridge (2000 LLB Europe Hons French; 2001 LLM).

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Financial services regulation

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3

Kate UrellGough Square ChambersExtremely approachable and really technical over a broad area.

Gough Square Chambers is a ‘very good set for complex regulatory issues‘ and ‘financial services regulated lending work‘. This includes high-end advisory support, as well as contentious dealings with the financial regulators. Stephen Neville is active on the non-contentious side and advised Aldermore Bank on the £380m MotoNovo Securitisation of car finance hire purchase agreements. On the disputes side Jonathan Kirk QC and Thomas Samuels represented the self-invested pension plan administrator in R (Berkeley Burke SIPP Administration Ltd) v FOS, FCA and Charlton, which went to the Court of Appeal. Fred Philpott and Kate Urell were also involved in CFL Finance Ltd v Bass.

London Bar > Consumer

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 2

Kate UrellGough Square ChambersShe has enormous skill and tenacity which she combines with great client and corporate care. She works with corporate clients in a fantastically personal way to ensure that the result is obtained.