Private Practice

Commercial Litigator

Commercial Litigator

  • About the Firm: Hausfeld & Co LLP is a dynamic claimant litigation firm specialising in competition, financial services, commercial litigation and human rights law.
  • About the role: We have a vacancy for a high calibre junior commercial litigator with excellent academics.
  • Looking for: We wish to secure your expertise and proven experience of running cases and litigation day to day as well as contributing to strategic decisions.
  • Opportunities: You will be afforded the opportunity to assist in day to day management of competition claims for damages resulting from infringements of competition law in both the High Court and the CAT and in other European jurisdictions working with local lawyer.
  • And more: You will have knowledge of the CPR and some experience in the key stages of litigation including disclosure and preparation for disclosure, witness statements, dealing with experts (preferably some experience of dealing with expert economists), applications and CMCs.

Hausfeld & Co LLP

Hausfeld & Co is widely viewed as an innovator, and typically its opponents are Magic/Silver Circle and top US firms. The firm is also well known in the market for providing inventive solutions when it comes to case funding and insurance. The firm has a broad client base ranging from major multinational corporations to UK corporates, SMEs and private individuals. The firm also acts for pension funds, litigation funders and European financial institutions. In terms of headcount, the London office has seen significant growth in recent years and has more than doubled in size since 2015.

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