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Sara Berger

Hausfeld (London)

Sara Berger is an associate with Hausfeld based in the firm’s London office. She is a dispute resolution lawyer with significant experience of multi-jurisdictional disputes, particularly within the UAE. Sara commenced her legal career and trained as a solicitor at Peters & Peters LLP, London, where she gained experience in the commercial litigation department. During that time, Sara Berger seconded to their affiliate firm Hadef & Partners LLC in Dubai for nearly two years, gaining knowledge on corporate disputes, especially in the engineering and construction sectors. After qualifying, Sara joined Hadef’s dispute resolution team and has since developed extensive experience working on a diverse range of complex, often international, legal cases. During this time, she also acquired considerable expertise in arbitration. In recent years, Sara Berger has worked with a wide range of high-net worth individuals and business owners across multiple sectors. She has also assisted larger corporate firms including banks, food and beverage operators and car manufacturers.

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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 travellers in a landmark stand-alone 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 (...)


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