Agnes is an Associate at Hausfeld’s London office and focuses primarily on competition litigation. She also trained at Hausfeld which included a placement at Which? where she gained considerable in-house experience, focusing on commercial contracts and data protection.
Agnes has worked on several high-profile competition disputes in the context of violation of Article 101 and 102 TFEU, including Interchange Fees, Air Cargo and Trucks, as well as commercial matters involving LIBOR manipulation and contractual disputes.
Agnes is qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales and holds an LLM in Competition Law from University College London and an MSc in Law, Business and Management from University of Law. She has co-authored articles and contributed to books on competition law and policy developments, with particular focus on private enforcement and the collective regime in the UK.