Kate Morgan SC
Administrative, Public & Constitutional
Corporate Reconstruction & Insolvency
Kate Morgan has a broad national practice and appears throughout numerous jurisdictions (civil and criminal) with a focus on regulatory matters including cartels, corporations, consumer protection, money laundering and foreign bribery.
Her practice includes regulatory investigations and litigation, corporate and commercial litigation, class actions and general appellate matters.
Kate was Associate to the Hon Michael Hudson McHugh AC QC in 1994. She attended Yale Law School in 1995/1996 and was admitted to practice in New York State in 1996 and practised as an attorney at Sullivan & Cromwell until 1998. Kate practiced as a solicitor at Mallesons Stephen Jacques and then at the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions before coming to the Bar. Kate is a current Bar Councillor.
Notable recent cases include acting for:
- Defendants in criminal cartel prosecutions in Victoria and Sydney
- Manufacturers in product liability class actions (Federal Court and Supreme Court)
- Various defendants, including the CBA, in civil penalty proceedings brought by ASIC and the ACCC
B.Ec. LLB (Hons) (Syd); LLM (Yale)