Luke is Counsel in the London office of Hausfeld & Co LLP. He is a competition litigation specialist, who joins Hausfeld from Allen & Overy LLP where he was a Senior Associate in the Competition Litigation practice.
Luke has acted on some of the largest and most complex competition litigation matters in recent years, including the defence of major collective proceedings before the Competition Appeal Tribunal, and advising a group of leading financial institutions in relation to the litigation and settlement of multi-party actions in the Competition Appeal Tribunal and the High Court. He was formerly an Associate in Cleary Gottlieb’s London office, where he:
He has particular experience of the collective proceedings regime under the Consumer Rights Act, and is part of the Hausfeld & Co LLP team representing Justin Gutmann in bringing the first ever standalone claim under this regime, against three train operating companies for abuse of a dominant position.
Luke also has extensive experience in complex international litigation, arbitration, and cross border insolvency proceedings and has acted for a range of governments, financial institutions and corporations and high net worth individuals in advancing and defending high value claims in the High Court, and in ICC, LCIA, LMAA and ECT arbitral proceedings.
Recent highlights include:
Luke speaks and writes regularly on competition issues. He is also committed to defending civil liberties and human rights, including time on secondment at Liberty, and has an active pro bono practice
Competition Counseling and Compliance
"The new landscape of privilege in investigations", Mahmood Lone, Michelle de Kluyver, Luke Streatfeild, Commercial Dispute Resolution, Winter 2017 edition.
"On Collective Actions Europe Stands Divided: Insights into Established Approaches on the other side of the Atlantic", Ellen Braun and Luke Streatfeild, Antitrust Vol.32, No.1, Fall 2017, American Bar Association.
Luke was part of an expert panel at the Thomson Reuters Competition Law Conference, 29 November 2017: Damages and Private Enforcement.
Legal 500 UK Continues To Rank Hausfeld In All Its Core Practice Areas
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Big Data: Breaking Boundaries in Compensation Claims in the UK
‘Unfair and Excessive Pricing in Europe: Pharma Focus’ for ICLG 2020
Mastercard Class Appeal Goes to Supreme Court
BritNed v ABB: The Recent Court of Appeal Decision