Susan and Anthony explore the impact that the UK Supreme Court’s judgment will have on funding and the country’s collective regime. Watch the third episode in our vlog series with Anthony Maton - 'In conversation with...'.
Richard Swallow, Partner at Slaughter & May
Not often do we see opposing sides having a conversation discussing the claimant and defendant perspective in collective redress, let alone on ‘the’ UK Supreme Court decision of 2020. Richard speaks to Anthony in the fourth episode of our vlog series – ‘In conversation with…’.
Lisa Webb, Senior Lawyer at Which?
Lisa explains to Anthony what led the Consumers’ Association to intervene in the UK Supreme Court case Merricks v Mastercard and how she feels about the outcome. Watch the fifth episode in our series of vlogs 'In conversation with...'.
Robin Noble, Economist and Partner at Oxera
Robin joins Anthony to discuss what the judgment means for the provision of expert evidence and the calculation of damages in collective redress cases. He also reflects on the differences between this case and Gibson v Pride, the first case to be brought under the collective regime. Watch their conversation.
Prof. Rachael Mulheron, Professor at QMUL, School of Law
Prof. Rachael - who has been a leading voice on all things collective redress for many years - speaks to Anthony in the seventh episode of our ‘In conversation with…’ vlog series. Rachael shares her reflections on the Supreme Court landmark judgment and her thoughts on its impact on the country’s collective regime.
Phillip Evans, Proposed Class Representative for FX Claim UK
Phillip speaks to Anthony in the final episode of our ‘In conversation with…’ vlog series regarding the Supreme Court landmark judgment in Merricks v Mastercard. Extremely active with collective redress and consumer redress in previous years, Phillip is well placed to round off this series, reflecting on the past, present and future of the collectives regime.