Hausfeld (London)

Luke Grimes

Hausfeld (London)
Senior Associate

Luke Grimes is a Senior Associate at Hausfeld’s London office, and his practice focuses mainly on competition damages litigation. Luke joined Hausfeld in October 2017, having trained at Norton Rose Fulbright LLP.


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Nicola Boyle, Lucy Rigby, Luke Grimes, Anna Stellardi The UK Competition Authority finds a breach in competition law by a price comparison website that leads to an opt-out collective claim based on the allegation that the website’s conduct led to higher prices of home insurance for consumers (ComparetheMarket)


London, 1 November 2021 - An opt-out collective claim on behalf of over 20 million UK consumers of home insurance has been filed today by Home Insurance Consumer Action against the companies behind The claim follows the Competition and Markets Authority’s finding last year (...)

Luke Grimes, Lucy Rigby The UK Court of Appeal dismisses a request for appeal as the Tribunal’s funding judgment does not fall within the ambit of section 49(1A) of the Competition Act (Trucks Cartel)


Following a rolled-up hearing comprising a panel of three judges sitting as both the Court of Appeal and the Divisional Court, a judgment earlier this month has provided helpful clarity on two important aspects relating to the collective proceedings regime: (i) the extent to which litigation (...)

Lucy Rigby, Luke Grimes The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal adopts a practical approach to the realities of collective actions damages due to the Truck cartel decision (Trucks Cartel)


A recent judgment by the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (the “Tribunal”) in the Trucks collective actions regarding funding and adverse costs arrangements is welcome news for class claimants and undoubtedly positive for the development of the UK’s young collective actions regime. The judgment (...)

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