Hausfeld (London)

Kio Gwilliam

Hausfeld (London)
Lawyer (Associate)

Kio specialises in competition litigation and commercial disputes. In addition to representing clients on financial services disputes and various pro bono matters, Kio was part of the legal team currently acting for the claimants in the Air Cargo litigation against British Airways in the High Court and Court of Appeal. Prior to joining Hausfeld, Kio trained at Berwin Leighton Paisner and undertook a 3-month competition secondment in Brussels. Kio has experience representing clients on a range of antitrust and competition issues across a variety of sectors, including utilities and transport.

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Lesley Hannah, Kio Gwilliam The EU Commission announces a package of digital markets legislation intended to better regulate major online platforms and to protect consumers and businesses

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On 15th December, the European Commission announced a package of digital markets legislation intended to give the Commission the power to better regulate major online platforms and to protect European consumers and businessess for effectively: the Digital Services Act and the Digital Markets (...)

Lesley Hannah, Kio Gwilliam, Antonio Delussu The EU Commission publishes legislative measures to promote a borderless single market for digital services and increase responsibility and accountability for digital platforms

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The draft Digital Services Act (DSA) is one of two legislative measures proposed by the European Commission (Commission) aimed at promoting a borderless single market for digital services and increasing responsibility and accountability for digital platform; the second being the Digital Markets (...)

Anna Stellardi, Anna Morfey, Stella Gartagani, Kio Gwilliam The UK Competition Authority publishes report setting out recommendations which the Government could implement to regulate technology firms in a way that promotes competition in digital markets

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In December 2020, the CMA’s Digital Markets Taskforce (DMT) published its report setting out 15 recommendations which the UK Government could implement to regulate technology firms with ‘strategic market status’ (SMS) in a way that promotes competition, innovation and protects consumers and (...)

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

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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 (...)

Claus Wenzler, Kio Gwilliam, Stella Gartagani, Lesley Hannah The UK High Court issues guidance on the balancing of conflicting interest in a case involving the protection of a Big Tech’s confidential and technical information on its search algorithms (Foundem / Google)

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Introduction There is an emerging trend in competition damages cases in England for the majority of documents to be disclosed into so-called “confidentiality rings.” These restrictive confidentiality procedures can result, in certain instances, in the parties themselves being precluded from (...)

Kio Gwilliam, Lucy Rigby, Adel Msolly The UK Competition Authority releases an interim report on its market study into online platforms and digital advertising

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The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) released its much anticipated interim report (the “Interim Report”) on its market study into online platforms and digital advertising (the “Market Study”) on 18 December 2019, following the publication of its statement of scope in July 2019 and the (...)

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