Edward is an Associate at Hausfeld’s London office and focuses primarily on commercial and financial services litigation. Prior to becoming an Associate, he trained at Hausfeld which included a placement at Which? where he gained substantial in-house experience, focusing on commercial contracts.
Since joining Hausfeld, Edward has worked on several multi-million pound financial services disputes in the High Court arising from the misselling of complex derivatives and LIBOR manipulation, as well as competition damages claims on behalf of a number of corporate clients.
Qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales, Edward also holds an LL.M in Professional Legal Practice from The University of Law and has co-authored articles on mediation and the use of AI in the legal profession.
The University of Law, LL.M LPC
The University of Law, GDL
The University of Nottingham, BA Philosophy
Solicitor, England and Wales
Hearing in Relation to Two FX Cartel Claims in the Competition Appeal Tribunal
Hausfeld’s FX Claim UK Listed Number 4 in The Lawyer’s Top 20 Litigation Cases 2020
AI: The Future of Litigation Strategy
RBS’s Global Restructuring Group: the Saga Continues