Luke Grimes’ practice focuses mainly on competition damages litigation. Luke joined Hausfeld in October 2017, having trained at Norton Rose Fulbright LLP.
At Hausfeld, Luke has been a pivotal part of the legal teams dealing with the most well-known competition damages actions in recent years. For six months he assisted the antitrust, competition and regulatory team on High Court follow-on damages litigation in respect of the smart card chips cartel.
During his training he worked on the first “fast-tracked” procedure to reach trial at the Competition Appeal Tribunal for stand-alone damages.
Luke also has in-house legal experience, having seconded to Prudential Insurance and easyJet.
Legal Practice Course, BPP Law School
LLM (Magister der Rechte), University of Saarland
LLB (European), University of Exeter
He studied a dual-qualifying English and German law programme at University at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Solicitor, England and Wales