Tim specialises in competition litigation, which is international in scope. Tim was highlighted as a global leader in the 2017, 2018 and 2019 editions of Who’s Who Legal for his Competition – Plaintiff expertise. Prior to joining Hausfeld, he was a senior associate at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan where he managed groundbreaking standalone and follow-on competition damages claims.
Tim has implemented highly effective litigation strategies resulting in multimillion-dollar recoveries. He manages all forms of group and individual action in both the High Court and the Competition Appeal Tribunal, including the CAT’s class action regime, alongside other major antitrust jurisdictions. Working with specialist insurers and litigation funders, Tim assists clients to resolve claims via litigation or alternative forms of dispute resolution whilst minimising costs.
As an English qualified barrister, Tim has over 15 years’ experience of commercial law, procedure and advocacy in the High Court, the Court of Appeal and a range of other courts and specialist tribunals. He is fluent in French and regularly conducts meetings and negotiations in French.
Tim has acted for and against multinational companies located in Europe, the U.S. and Asia, in disputes arising from cartels in the automotive, financial services, pharmaceutical, retail and technology sectors. In the financial services sector, he has particular expertise in prosecuting claims on behalf of asset management firms, sovereign wealth funds, pension funds and other key stakeholders, against banks that manipulated key financial benchmarks such as LIBOR, EURIBOR and in the FX markets.
Tim has played a central role in the legal teams involved in groundbreaking litigation:
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In the 2017, 2018 and 2019 editions, Tim has been highlighted as a global leader for his Plaintiff Competition expertise.
MA (Hons) in English Literature and French, The University of Edinburgh
CPE Diploma in Law, City University, London
Legal Practice Course, City University, London
Barrister, England and Wales, 2005
The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
Competition Law Association (CLA)
The Law Society – Competition Section
"Aggravated and Exemplary Damages" - CPDCast.com, 2011
"ELA Briefing, Implied Waiver of Privilege" - Vol 14 Number, 2007