Hausfeld (London)

Lucy Rigby

Hausfeld (London)
Lawyer (of Counsel)

Lucy specialises in competition litigation and has particular expertise in large-scale collective redress. Lucy started her career in the competition group at Slaughter and May, following which she moved to the Office of Fair Trading (now the Competition and Markets Authority) and then to Which?, where she advised on competition and consumer law matters. Lucy joined Hausfeld in 2017 and her expertise has proven invaluable in its filing of two opt-out collective actions under the UK’s class actions regime introduced by the Consumer Rights Act 2015. Lucy has extensive experience of conducting litigation before the Competition Appeal Tribunal, the High Court and the Court of Appeal. She has also worked on European and domestic antitrust investigations for public and private companies, as well as for the regulator, and has experience of working on high-profile merger transactions. She has also appeared before the House of Lords EU Committee to give oral evidence on aspects of consumer law.

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Articles

342 Bulletin

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 (DAF)

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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 (...)

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 (...)

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 (...)

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

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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 (...)

Lucy Rigby, Samantha Derksen The Dutch Parliament passes a legislation that will enable opt-out damages claims in relation to a broad range of causes of action including antitrust infringements and those based on violations of consumer, environmental, and data protection laws

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As part of a larger trend in Europe, the Dutch Parliament has passed legislation that will enable opt-out damages claims in relation to a broad range of causes of action, including antitrust infringements and those based on violations of consumer, environmental, and data protection laws. The (...)

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