Edward focuses on complex commercial dispute resolution and financial services litigation.
Edward commenced his legal career at Hausfeld and has since qualified as an associate.
He has played a pivotal role working on several multi-million-pound financial services disputes in the High Court arising from the mis-selling of complex financial products and LIBOR manipulation. He also has extensive experience working on competition damages claims on behalf of a diverse client base, including several multinational corporates.
During his training, Edward undertook a placement at Which? where he gained substantial in-house experience focusing on commercial contracts.
Edward represents a variety of clients, from SMEs to multinationals, in a wide range of industries and sectors.
LLM Legal Practice Course, The University of Law
Graduate Diploma in Law, The University of Law
BA Philosophy, The University of Nottingham
Solicitor, England and Wales, 2019
A valued member of Hausfeld’s commercial disputes practice, Edward has worked across a range of financial services and banking disputes, including Wall v Royal Bank of Scotland plc, a £670 million interest rate swap mis-selling claim described by The Lawyer as one of the Top 20 cases to watch of 2017.
His experience also includes:
Edward is currently part of the team representing the proposed class representative in Evans v Barclays Bank plc & Ors, a high-profile ‘opt-out’ collective action in the Competition Appeal Tribunal brought on behalf of those affected by foreign exchange spot trading cartels which operated across major banks.
Throughout his training contact, he was involved with a number of Hausfeld’s most high-profile cartel and abuse of dominance claims, one of which was the largest competition damages action brought in Europe to date.
Edward is currently part of the team representing both corporates and consumers affected by the Mercedes emissions scandal.