Hausfeld (London)

Wessen Jazrawi

Hausfeld (London)

Wessen Jazrawi is a partner at Hausfeld, based in the firm’s London office. She plays a key role in both our competition and human rights & environmental practice areas. Providing access to justice for individuals and businesses – regardless of the practice area - lies at the cornerstone of her practice. She has worked on some of the most well-known competition cases of recent years, including the MasterCard / Visa interchange fee litigation and the Marine Hose cartel. Prior to joining Hausfeld, Wessen acted in two cases before the Competition Appeal Tribunal, including the first follow-on action to have reached trial in the UK, Enron Coal Services Limited v. English Welsh & Scottish Railway. Because of the nature of her practice, she represents people and corporates, both on an individual or group basis. For example, she advised a group of international retailers in proceedings relating to multilateral interchange fees and represented a large group of multinational companies in a private damages action following the global Marine Hose cartel.

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Wessen Jazrawi, Nanret Senok The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal issues a landmark decision and finds against arguments that it was required to follow post-Brexit EU case law developments where a competition law infringement took place before the completion of Brexit (Umbrella Interchange Fee)


In July 2023, the UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal ruled that the European Court of Justice’s 2022 Volvo judgment on limitation periods did not change the Tribunal’s interpretation of English limitation rules. The Tribunal also found against arguments that it was required to follow post-Brexit (...)

Alexandre Predal, Tom Bolster, Wessen Jazrawi The Paris Court of Appeal partially overturns the Competition Authority’s decision concerning a Big Tech company’s distribution practices, and reduces the fine imposed by two thirds (Apple)


In a ruling dated 6 October 2022, the Paris Court of Appeal partially annulled a 2020 decision by the French competition authority (the Autorité) against Apple and two Apple products wholesalers, Tech Data and Ingram Micro. This ruling struck a blow to the Autorité, as the period for one (...)


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