Daniel Beard QC

04 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

Daniel Beard is widely regarded as one of the Bar’s leading specialists in competition, EU, regulatory and public law. He is noted as a “first rate” advocate. He has appeared in courts from Haverfordwest to the Falkland Islands. He regularly appears in High Court, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court in the UK as […]

Philip Moser QC

04 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

“An extremely impressive silk.”– Legal 500, 2020 Philip Moser QC, joint Head of Chambers, is ranked as a Leading Silk in EU Law, Competition Law, Procurement Law and Indirect Tax by Legal 500 and Chambers UK. He has appeared in every division of the High Court and at every level of the UK and EU […]

Kassie Smith QC

04 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

Kassie Smith QC is a specialist competition/ regulatory litigator.  She was one of just two barristers listed in GCR’s Women in Antitrust for 2016.   She is classed as a leading silk in competition, EU, telecoms, environment and public law and directories describe her as “Very approachable and easy to get on with, she’s very fast, […]

Andrew Macnab

04 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

Andrew practises principally in the areas of VAT, duties and indirect taxation, and in related private and public law. He also has wide experience in general civil/ chancery litigation, EU law, competition law, utilities regulation, professional negligence and public law. He has been Junior Counsel to the Crown (A Panel) since March 2010. Chambers & […]

Peter Mantle

04 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

“He absorbs information like a sponge and is able to deliver the most intellectually demanding ideas with the utmost clarity in court.” “He dispenses both technical expertise and practical industry knowledge in a thorough and logical manner.” – Chambers UK, 2019 Peter has a breadth and depth of experience and expertise in the field of […]

Raymond Hill

04 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

Raymond specialises in VAT and Direct Tax, as well as the pensions aspects of Employment Law. He appears regularly before the First-tier Tribunal (Tax Chamber) and the Employment Tribunal, both in London and in Tribunals sitting everywhere between Truro and Edinburgh. He has also appeared in cases in the Employment Appeal Tribunal, the Upper Tribunal, […]

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 […]

Ian Rogers QC

04 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

The majority of Ian’s work is in his specialist fields of public law, human rights and employment law. Novel cases raising issues under the Human Rights Act are a particular strength of his practice. Much of his advisory, drafting and advocacy work occurs in the commercial sphere, but Ian’s strong commercial law practice has also […]

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 […]

Josh Holmes QC

04 Mar 2014 | by Caroline Sweeney

Josh’s practice covers all aspects of competition law and regulation, including communications, energy, financial services and data.  The directories single him out as “one of very best competition / EU lawyers of his generation”, “a superstar” who “marries technical expertise and strategic excellence”. He is described as a “compelling advocate” with “excellent court sense”, who […]