Katarina Morgan

Solicitor - Commercial Litigation

Luton Office

01582 390549

Recent work

Katarina has undertaken work in most areas of commercial litigation but has particular experience in contractual disputes, professional negligence, debt and insolvency, director and shareholder disputes, property litigation and intellectual property.

She also undertook a group litigation action acting for 300+ clients in mis-selling claims for missold timeshares, including claims under s75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974.

Katarina particularly enjoys breach of contract disputes and property litigation. She is expanding her intellectual property knowledge in copyright claims, passing off and trademark disputes.

She undertakes her own advocacy where appropriate and have experience of litigation in the High Court, County Court, Bankruptcy Court and First-tier Property Tribunal, as well as conducting mediation and joint settlement meetings.

Katarina acts for both claimants and defendants.

Katarina attended Keele University where she studied Law with Criminology (LLB) before moving on to College of Law (now University of Law) to gain her LPC.

Previous Career:

Prior to joining Taylor Walton, Katarina worked in a high street practice in Chancery Lane in the litigation department in 2010 prior to her training at a boutique litigation firm in the City. She trained in commercial litigation, personal injury and employment and qualified in November 2014 in litigation and personal injury.

Looking to be closer to home, in 2015 she moved to a firm in Harrow which specialised in litigation, including clinical negligence claims.

Moving out to the Home Counties, Katarina started work at a firm in Chesham, Bucks in Dec 2016 undertaking civil and commercial litigation, personal injury and clinical negligence.

She then moved to Taylor Walton in October 2020 after returning to work from maternity leave, specialising in commercial litigation.


Katarina is recognised as an Associate in the Legal 500 2019 and 2020.

She has represented 300+ clients in a group litigation action for missold timeshares, the majority of which settled out of court.