Hausfeld is pleased to announce that Scott Campbell will be re-joining the firm in its London office as of 2 May 2017. At Hausfeld, Scott’s focus will be the firm’s competition litigation practice, bringing his significant experience in multi-party litigation.
Scott, one of the first lawyers to join Hausfeld when the firm opened in Europe in 2009, re-joins from Stewarts Law, which he joined as a Partner in March 2012. Scott’s extensive competition litigation expertise includes advising on complex competition and commercial litigation matters in the English High Court, Court of Appeal and Competition Appeal Tribunal.
Scott has played leading roles on claims arising out of the Air Cargo cartel and Interchange Fees, described by a number of publications as two of the biggest damages actions in Europe arising out of anticompetitive behaviour. He has also advised clients in the context of numerous other cartel investigations and follow-on claims, including Refrigeration Compressors, LCDs, CRTs, Elevators and Escalators and Marine Hose.
Anthony Maton, Managing Partner of Hausfeld London, said: “I’m delighted to welcome back Scott to the Hausfeld family. Scott’s addition will further bolster our team of competition litigators and Hausfeld’s unique position as the go-to firm for claimants in the UK and Europe”.
Michael Hausfeld, Chairman of Hausfeld, said: “Scott has distinguished himself in our core business of competition litigation as we always knew he could and would. We are excited he is returning and know he will make invaluable contributions to our market-leading practice.”
Scott is widely recognised by legal directories as one of the leading competition litigators in the UK. A graduate in Modern History at the University of St Andrews (M.A. (Hons) & M.Lit), Scott went on to BPP Law School and then to King’s College London where he obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in EU Competition Law. Earlier in his career, Scott worked at Norton Rose in both London and Brussels and Latham & Watkins in London.
Scott added: “I am very pleased to return to Hausfeld. Over the last few years, the firm has distinguished itself as the leading player in relation to competition disputes in Europe. It feels great to come back home and continue to seek redress on behalf of victims of anticompetitive behaviour across Europe and beyond.”
Scott’s arrival brings the European partnership head count to 11 and comes at the same time the firm announces new associates into its London team. Charles Laporte-Bisquit qualified within the firm. Simon Bishop joins from a boutique London firm and Lucy Rigby from consumer organisation Which?. In parallel, the firm continues to expand its offering in new locations. In September 2016, Hausfeld announced the opening of its Boston office. A second German office in Dusseldorf - and ninth office overall - is planned for the summer of 2017. These announcements reflect Hausfeld’s growing practice and reputation and are part of the firm’s strategic growth worldwide.
Hausfeld is a leading global law firm with offices in Berlin, Boston, Brussels, London, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, DC. The firm has a broad range of complex litigation expertise, particularly in antitrust/competition, financial services, sports and entertainment, environmental, mass torts, consumer protection, and human rights matters, often with an international dimension. Hausfeld aims to achieve the best possible results for clients through its practical and commercial approach, avoiding litigation where feasible, yet litigating robustly when necessary. Hausfeld’s extensive experience with alternative and innovative fee models offers clients a diverse menu of engagement options and maximum flexibility in terms of managing their cost exposure. Hausfeld is the only claimant firm to be ranked by the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners as a top tier firm in private enforcement of antitrust/competition law in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
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