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Nabil Charkaoui

Nabil’s practice focuses on competition and financial services litigation.

Expertise

Nabil trained at Hausfeld, which included a six-month placement in the area of trade finance and banking litigation. Since qualifying, Nabil has also worked at Sullivan & Worcester UK LLP. Previously, he conducted internships in arbitration and corporate law in the United Arab Emirates. At Hausfeld, he has developed an expertise in managing competition damages actions as a result of competition infringements, notably cartels.

Clients

Nabil has acted for claimants in a number of multi-million High Court actions in relation to complex financial services disputes, and damages claims arising out of anticompetitive behaviour. Most notably, Nabil played a key role in the Hausfeld legal team representing a group of manufactures in a pan-European damages claim against Europe’s top four producers of flexible polyurethane foam.  

Practice Areas

Competition Litigation

  • Nabil was part of the team that represented a group of manufacturers in a pan-European damages claim against Europe’s top four producers of flexible polyurethane foam.  

Financial Services

  • Nabil was a lead associate representing Deutsche Bank in its widely reported letters of credit dispute against a large Malaysian bank.*

*Gained at another firm.

Education

Legal Practice Course, Distinction, BPP University 
Master of Research, Distinction, Birkbeck College
2.1, London Metropolitan University

Bar Admissions

Solicitor, England and Wales 

Publications

Nabil has co-authored articles on private enforcement of competition law.

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