Jamie is a disputes lawyer with a focus on complex commercial and competition litigation, including claims for large-scale collective redress.
Jamie joined Hausfeld as an intern and has since trained and qualified at the firm. He has been a pivotal team member on some of Hausfeld’s most prominent cases, including the £480 million opt-out representative action against Qualcomm, New Balance’s ground-breaking fast-track claim against Liverpool FC, and the award-winning Trucks cartel claims. Jamie was also part of Hausfeld’s antitrust automotive practice – the strongest in Europe – for over two years. During his training, Jamie undertook a secondment at Which? where he gained in-house experience, focusing on commercial contracts and data protection matters.
Jamie has considerable case management experience, having been involved in proceedings at various stages, including pre-action, disclosure and trial, and has also been involved in successful mediation and settlement negotiations.
Prior to joining Hausfeld, Jamie volunteered at Citizens Advice and undertook work placements at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan and Mayer Brown, where he obtained an insight into additional practice areas including media law, intellectual property law and construction law.
Jamie has worked with international clients across a range of industries, including major UK and overseas corporations, and possesses experience on cases in the English High Court (including the Chancery Division and the Commercial Court) and Competition Appeal Tribunal. Furthermore, he supports Hausfeld’s pro bono efforts, and has assisted with successful appeals before the Social Security and Child Support Tribunal.
Legal Practice Course with MSc in Law, Business and Management, University of Law
LLB (Hons) Law, University of Hertfordshire
UK chapter, Competition Law Outside of the United States, Third Edition - co-authored with Anna Morfey, Tom Bolster, Lucy Rigby and Stella Gartagani, July 2020