Addleshaw Goddard (London)

Paul Chaplin

Addleshaw Goddard (London)

Paul Chaplin is a partner in the commercial litigation team at Addleshaw Goddard in London and experienced in a broad range of commercial disputes with particular expertise in antitrust/competition litigation and large scale group litigation. His recent work includes group actions, multi-party lead case litigation, representative actions, GLOs and includes three of the most significant UK competition litigation cases of the last 10 years (the National Grid/GIS, Power Cables, and Air Cargo damages claims). Over the last 15 years Paul Chaplin’s work has covered a wide spectrum of business sectors, especially those that are consumer-facing, with a particular focus on cases in the transport/automotive, energy and financial services sectors.

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Henry Gafsen, Nicholas Heaton, Paul Chaplin The UK Supreme Court lowers the bar for certification of class actions when giving its judgment against a financial services company (Merricks / Mastercard)


In a key decision, the UK Supreme Court has given guidance on the threshold for certifying a class action for breach of competition law. The Court’s judgment in Mastercard v Merricks will make it easier to obtain class certification and will likely encourage a significant increase in class (...)

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