Ashurst (London)

James Levy

Ashurst (London)

James Levy is a partner in the dispute resolution practice of Ashurst. ​James is a senior commercial litigator who has a broad practice covering all aspects of banking and finance litigation and ADR. He has acted on a broad range of large and complex commercial cases advising clients operating in a number of sectors including banking, funds, derivatives, gaming and professional services. James leads the professional negligence practice in London. He recently led our team acting for the sub-prime lenders Cattles and Welcome in their claim against PwC in one of the largest and most high profile recent cases in the English Courts.

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Max Strasberg, Euan Burrows, James Levy The England & Wales Court of Appeal slashes a cartel follow-on damages award and emphasises claimants’ burden to prove losses in a claim brought by power cable manufacturers for market-sharing and customer allocating (BritNed / ABB)


BritNed Development Limited ("BritNed") brought a claim against ABB arising from the European Commission’s 2014 power cables cartel decision. In October 2018, the High Court found that there had been no overcharge but awarded damages for "baked-in inefficiencies" and "cartel savings" plus (...)


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