Catrin L.Hughes


London + 44.20.7039.5163

Catrin Hughes’s practice focuses on complex international disputes involving commercial entities, high net worth individuals, trusts, and fiduciary elements.

Prior to joining Jones Day in 2018, Catrin worked at a leading London private client firm and at a major U.S. firm, where she was involved in several large, complex disputes, including cases involving allegations of breach of trust through material nondisclosure, subject access requests under the Data Protection Act 1998, and the application of the rule in Hastings-Bass.


  • Prince Abdullah bin Mosa'ad wins long-running shareholder dispute with Kevin McCabe over ownership of Sheffield United Football ClubJones Day successfully represented His Royal Highness Prince Abdullah bin Mosa'ad bin Abdulaziz Al Sa'ud in his claim to take full control of the English Premier League team, Sheffield United Football Club, after a hotly contested dispute with Kevin McCabe, a well-known UK businessman, and his company Sheffield United Limited ("SUL").
  • Pharmaceutical company obtains injunctive relief to protect commercial information misappropriated by former employeeJones Day advised a pharmaceutical company in relation to urgent injunctive relief and High Court proceedings which led to the delivery up of highly sensitive and very valuable commercial information misappropriated by a former employee following the execution of those proceedings and orders without notice at his address.
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