Susanna Rogers > Norton Rose Fulbright > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Norton Rose Fulbright

Work Department

Antitrust and competition




Lawyer Rankings

London > Transport > Rail

(Next Generation Partners)

Susanna RogersNorton Rose Fulbright

Norton Rose Fulbright has a broad client base that includes governments, rail companies, transport authorities and other companies such as cargo and rolling stock owning companies as well as train operating companies, manufacturers and leasing companies.  It has considerable international expertise and the group frequently advises on many high-profile rail transactions both in the UK and globally. The full service offering is now headed by Andrew Buisson. There have been changes to the practice with the departures of Simon Gwynne to Addleshaw Goddard and Tom Johnson to Freeths LLP, but Susanna Rogers remains a key member of the team and is highly rated for her considerable experience in advising on competition and regulatory matters in the rail sector; and counsel Louise Auty is also active in the field.

London > Dispute resolution > Competition litigation

Norton Rose Fulbright fields an ‘exceptionally dedicated and hardworking‘ team which has contentious capabilities spanning the worlds of financial services, telecoms, energy, utilities, and aviation. The antitrust and competition department is jointly chaired by EMEA head Ian Giles, a noted aviation expert, and Mark Simpson, a specialist in consumer markets. Caroline Thomas is noted for her broad TMT acumen, while Susanna Rogers‘ regulatory focus is especially concentrated in the electricity sector, where she regularly submits appeals to the CMA. The ‘highly impressive’ Helen Fairhead, who was promoted to partner in January 2022, acts for both claimants and defendants in banking and telecoms matters. Senior associates Jason Logendra and Amanda Town are also recommended.