Katherine Plunkett Solicitor

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Contact Details

Katherine is a Solicitor in the Regulatory team.

Main areas of practice

Katherine primarily acts for professional regulators in carrying out fitness to practise investigations.  


Katherine joined Blake Morgan in September 2016 as a Trainee Solicitor and qualified as a Solicitor in September 2018. She graduated with an LLB in Law and Sociology from Cardiff University. She completed her Legal Practice course at the University of the West of England. 

Prior to joining Blake Morgan, Katherine worked for the Nursing and Midwifery Council and Architects Registration Board.


Articles by Katherine

B v General Medical Council [2018] EWCA Civ 1497

Case study

This case gives important clarity to data controllers in confirming the correct test to be applied when considering a Subject Access Requests in "mixed data" cases.

What are the legal implications of TfL’s decision not to renew Uber's licence?


What are the legal implications for Uber drivers if TfL's decision not to renew Uber's licence in London stands? Our experts consider the difference in rights between employees and "workers" when a business ceases to operate.

Related Knowledge & Resources

Corporate Governance Regulations: are you ready to report?

New Corporate Governance rules from January this year affect not just quoted companies, but companies with more than 250 employees, with an increased requirement for directors to report on on a variety of matters.

PSA v NMC and X [2018] EWHC 70 (Admin)

An appeal by the Professional Standards for Health and Social Care against the decision of the NMC not to pursue allegations that a Registrant was responsible for non-accidental injuries to her son and/or a failure to protect Baby A from harm.

General Medical Council v Bawa-Garba [2018] EWHC 76 (Admin)

The Divisional Court allowed the GMC’s appeal against the decision of the Medical Practitioners Tribunal (“MPT”) to suspend Dr Bawa-Garba’s registration for 12 months and substituted the sanction of erasure from the Medical Register.