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Slaughter and May
ONE BUNHILL ROW
LONDON
EC1Y 8YY
England

Living Wage

Work Department

Competition Litigation
Disputes
Litigation
Global Investigations
Financial Regulation

Position

Camilla is a partner with a wide experience of handling complex and substantial disputes which often span multiple jurisdictions. Her practice covers commercial, banking and competition litigation and contentious regulatory investigations, as well as internal reviews. She has acted for a number of major corporates, banks and other financial services institutions.

A particular focus of her practice is on class and group action claims; she has acted on many significant class action proceedings, including some of the highest profile competition-litigation claims before the English courts.

Career

Joined Slaughter and May in 2007. Partner since 2018.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Competition litigation

(Next Generation Partners)

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Slaughter and May ‘quite simply have one of the finest competition litigation teams in the City’. The firm is able to offer a deep bench of specialist practitioners, with a strength in competition litigation that stretches across all seniority levels. In addition to handling standalone claims, the group is regularly instructed to defend large corporates in damages cases following on from the most high profile liability decisions at EU and UK level. Damian Taylor and Holly Ware advise MAN SE on claims in the Competition Appeal Tribunal and the High Court following the European Commission’s truck cartel investigation. ‘Great elder statesman’ Richard Swallow, who leads the group, is currently advising on damages claims arising from the roll-on/roll-off cartel alongside Camilla Sanger. Senior counsel Elizabeth Jordan is a ‘future superstar’.

London > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: premium

(Next Generation Partners)

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The ‘highly strategic and knowledgeable‘ disputes and investigations group at Slaughter and May is known for handling a range of high value, cross-border and multiparty disputes. With the firm’s notable strength in M&A, the group frequently advises clients on transactional disputes and corporate fallout and also has ‘immense experience of financial disputes‘. The practice is increasingly developing expertise in class and group actions (for which Camilla Sanger and the ‘extremely smart and commercialEfstathios Michael are among the names to note); it also handles competition follow-on damages claims ,which are among Jonathan Clark and Holly Ware‘s areas of focus. Other names to note include financial services sector specialist Deborah Finkler, Damian Taylor (who counts contractual, competition, fraud and insurance disputes among his areas of expertise), and corporate litigator James Stacey. Following Sarah Lee’s retirement, the ‘very strategic litigatorRichard Swallow leads the team. Gayathri Kamalanathan joined from Danske Bank and Peter Wickham, who is strong for energy and natural resources disputes, was promoted to the partnership. Megan Sandler and Smriti Sriram are among the senior associates to note.

London > Dispute resolution > Banking litigation: investment and retail

(Next Generation Partners)

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Slaughter and May‘s disputes and investigations team includes ‘superb litigators with vast experience of handling difficult banking cases‘. It counts litigation related to structured products and financial derivatives among its areas of expertise. Richard Swallow leads the team, Deborah Finkler (who is experienced in investigative and enforcement actions), Jonathan Clark, Camilla Sanger and Richard Jeens are other names to note; all of which have a breadth of experience acting for financial institutions. The group benefits from the arrivals of Gayathri Kamalanathan, who joined from Danske Bank and adds significant in-house experience, and senior counsel Angela Taylor from Travers Smith LLP, who has a breadth of contentious expertise. Other changes include the promotion of the ‘formidablePeter Wickham to partner and Sarah Lee’s retirement.