King's College (London)

Christy Burzio

King’s College (London)
Researcher

Christy is a second year PhD student focusing on Competition and Company Law at the Dickson Poon School of Law at King’s College London. Previously, Christy worked for the Financial Ombudsman Service as an adjudicator in banking resolution practices between financial institutions and consumers. Christy issued binding opinions to both parties, or chose to mediate or negotiate fair and reasonable settlements. In this role she obtained experience handling complex financial products including bonds, insurance policies, credit contracts and loan agreements. Christy also has a keen interest in alternative dispute resolution and worked as a researcher for the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, she is now an associate member holding the title ACIArb. Christy also undertook the World Trade Institute Summer Programme in Switzerland which focused on International Investment and Trade Disputes, furthering her knowledge in Foreign Direct Investment and Trade Law.

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Articles

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Christy Burzio The UK Supreme Court rules in relation to a follow-on claim for civil damages that any appeal against the finding of infringement by any other addressee is irrelevant to a non-appealing addressee (Deutsche Bahn / Morgan Advanced Materials)

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Deutsche Bahn AG and others (Respondents) v Morgan Advanced Materials Plc (formerly Morgan Crucible Co Plc) (Appellant)* The Facts Morgan Advanced Materials Plc (‘Morgan’) participated in an illegal cartel in the sector of electrical and mechanical carbon and graphite products. Morgan, as (...)

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