Herbert Smith Freehills (London)

Joe Williams

Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
Associate

Joe is a senior associate in the London Competition, Regulation and Trade practice of HSF and a qualified solicitor advocate. Joe has experience in all areas of EU and UK competition law, including merger control, behavioural advice, antitrust investigations and competition litigation as well as experience in advising on both contentious and non-contentious regulatory issues. Joe has advised companies in a broad range of sectors.

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Stephen Wisking, Joe Williams, Joe Moorcroft-Moran The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal rules that class action proceedings may only be brought on an opt-in basis where the class of potential complainants is sophisticated and thus opt-in is practicable (O’Higgins / Evans)

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The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (“CAT“) has ruled for the first time that collective proceedings can only proceed on an opt-in basis, rather than the opt-out basis sought by the class applicants. The ruling came in the O’Higgins/Evans case, concerning two competing applications for a Collective (...)

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