Hausfeld (London)

Luke Streatfeild

Hausfeld (London)
Of Counsel

Luke has acted on some of the largest and most complex competition litigation matters in recent years, including the defence of major collective proceedings before the Competition Appeal Tribunal, and advising a group of leading financial institutions in relation to the litigation and settlement of multi-party actions in the Competition Appeal Tribunal and the High Court. He has extensive knowledge of the collective proceeding’s regime under the Consumer Rights Act and is part of the Hausfeld team representing Justin Gutmann in bringing the first ever standalone claim under this regime. Furthermore, Luke possesses extensive experience in complex international litigation, arbitration, and cross border insolvency proceedings. He joined Hausfeld from Allen & Overy LLP where he was a senior associate in their competition litigation practice. Committed to defending civil liberties and human rights, Luke has an active pro bono practice. He also undertook time on secondment at Liberty.

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Luke Streatfeild, Kio Gwilliam, Ginevra Bicciolo The UK Competition Authority publishes a market study accusing two Big Tech companies of creating a duopoly in the market for mobile devices (Apple / Google)


Mobile devices, and the ecosystem of products, content, and services associated with them, are already central to our lives. The fundamental importance of these ecosystems, which are international in scope, is only set to increase, as the network of connected products and services extends into (...)

Luke Streatfeild, Charles Laporte-Bisquit The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal approves second and third ever collective proceedings applications for two stand-alone claims of abuse of dominance (Gutmann / South Western Trains) (Le Patourel / BT)


The first Collective Proceedings Order (“CPO”) was made in the United Kingdom in opt-out collective competition proceedings in Merricks v Mastercard Inc. and Others] on 18 August 2021 (a practical inevitability after the Supreme Court’s judgment in that case). Hot on the heels of that decision, (...)

Anthony Maton, Luke Streatfeild, Anna Morfey, Lucy Rigby, Charles Laporte-Bisquit, Laura Davidson, Sara Berger The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal approves a class representative for opt-out collective proceedings on behalf of train travelers in a landmark standalone claim for abuses of dominance by two rail franchises (Gutmann / South Western Trains)


In great news for train travellers today, the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) has approved our client, Mr Justin Gutmann, as class representative in his landmark standalone claim for abuses of dominance by the South Western and Southeastern rail franchises. The claims aim to put a stop to (...)

Luke Streatfeild, Lucy Rigby, Kio Gwilliam, Adel Msolly The UK Competition Authority publishes its long-awaited final report of its online platforms and digital advertising market study


On 1 July 2020, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority published its long-awaited final report of its online platforms and digital advertising market study (CMA Final Report). In so doing, it has confirmed what many have been saying for some time: serious competition concerns exist in this (...)

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