Hausfeld (London)

Nicola Boyle

Hausfeld (London)
Lawyer (Partner)

Nicola Boyle is a Partner at Hausfeld in London. She joined the firm as an Associate in October 2009 and has acted on a number of follow-on cartel damages claims seeking compensation on behalf of groups of affected businesses from across Europe. She has also been involved in a number of consumer and financial service claims, advising individual and multiple claimants on rights of redress. Nicola was previously a Senior Associate at McGrigors and has represented multi-nationals, private businesses, and individual claimants in a wide range of disputes, in particular in the energy and financial services sectors. She is a keen proponent of alternative disputes resolution, having successfully resolved a number of complex multi-party disputes outside of the courts. She has also advised on a number of regulatory investigations and judicial review proceedings.

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Articles

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Laurent Geelhand, Anthony Maton, Nicola Boyle, Anna Morfey, Alex Petrasincu The EU Commission concludes a five-year investigation finding that five truck manufacturers coordinated their prices (Trucks cartel)

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The Trucks Cartel On 19 July 2016, the EC concluded a five-year investigation finding that five major truck manufacturers – MAN, Volvo / Renault, Daimler, Iveco and DAF (the ‘’Cartelists") – unlawfully coordinated the pricing of trucks over a 14-year period, from 1997 – 2011, as well as colluding on (...)

Boris Bronfentrinker, Nicola Boyle, Tom Bolster The EU Court of Justice allows an interpretation of the matter of civil liability according to which a cartel member may be kept liable for damages caused by umbrella pricing (Kone / ÖBB)

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Greater scope for cartel damages recovery following the Court of Justice’s ruling that cartelists are liable for “umbrella” damages resulting from the higher prices paid to non-cartelists* On 5 June 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) clarified the full extent of cartel damages (...)

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