Professor Carl Baudenbacher

04 May 2018 | by Carl Baudenbacher

Professor at several German universities Chair of Private, Commercial and Economic Law University of St. Gallen 1987 – 2013 Permanent Visiting Professor University of Texas at Austin 1993 – 2004 Member of the Liechtenstein Supreme Court 1994 – 1995 Judge of the EFTA Court 1995 – 2018 President of the EFTA Court 2003 – 2017 […]

Jack Williams

11 Jul 2016 | by Daiva Eitkeviciene

Jack practises across all Chambers’ specialisms, with a particular focus on competition law, procurement law, public law and commercial law (including sports). Notable reported cases include R (Miller and Dos Santos) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union [2017] UKSC 5 (acting for one of the interested parties in the Article 50 litigation […]

Professor Panos Koutrakos

04 Feb 2016 | by Daiva Eitkeviciene

Professor Panos Koutrakos is a leading authority on EU law, who has written and advised in a wide range of issues, including trade and internal market law and, in particular, in those areas where EU law meets international law. He is a dual-qualified barrister (England & Wales, and Athens, Greece) and Professor of EU Law […]

Peter Oliver

11 Aug 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

Until February 2014, Peter was a Legal Advisor to the European Commission. During nearly 35 years in the Legal Service of the Commission, he worked in a very wide variety of areas of EU law, including: internal market; agriculture, fisheries and food law; competition; external relations; structural funds and (most recently) the environment. He devoted approximately half […]

Michael Bowsher QC

04 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

Michael Bowsher QC has a busy practice in public procurement, competition and commercial law, particularly in disputes concerning major public and public-private projects. He is particularly known for his unique practice in regulated procurement in the United Kingdom, Ireland, elsewhere in the EU and beyond. Michael Bowsher QC has appeared as counsel in many of […]

Tim Ward QC

04 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

Tim Ward QC, joint Head of Chambers, is widely recognised as a leading litigator and advocate in the fields of competition, telecommunications, public law and EU law. Legal directories list him as a leading individual in legal directories in each of those fields, and describe him as “a very adept and able strategist”, “a genuinely […]

Alistair Lindsay

04 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

Alistair Lindsay practises exclusively in competition law, specialising in merger control, cartels/restrictive agreements, and abuse of market power. He is the co-author of “The EU Merger Regulation: Substantive Issues” (Sweet and Maxwell; 5th ed, 2017, jointly with Alison Berridge), which was described by a leading partner in a review as a “masterpiece“. He was twice […]

Ben Rayment

04 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

Ben is a former Legal Secretary to the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal. Ben has experience of a wide variety of heavy and complex disputes and advisory work in the CAT, Chancery Division, Commercial Court, Administrative Court as well as guiding clients through CMA and other regulatory investigations.  According to clients Ben “brings clarity to very […]

Piers Gardner

03 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

Piers transferred to the Bar in 2000, after over 20 years’ experience as a solicitor, in the City, at the European Commission Human Rights and as Director of the British Institute of International & Comparative Law. He has a detailed knowledge of all aspects of the European Convention on Human Rights, together with other European […]

Julian Gregory

03 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

Julian Gregory is a competition and regulatory law specialist who is consistently ranked by the directories as a leading senior junior in his field.  He is praised by clients for being “extremely good at grasping highly technical and complex legal issues” and communicating them with “great clarity of thought and expression”.  He is a “robust […]