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Stewarts Law LLP
5 NEW STREET SQUARE
LONDON
EC4A 3BF
England

Work Department

Competition Litigation

Position

Partner in the Competition Litigation department. Inge specialises in competition litigation damages claims in the English Courts. Inge is a skilled negotiator and has significant experience in settling disputes without involving the Court including at the pre-action stage. She is also an experienced trial lawyer.

Recent cases of note include:

  • Acting for major power company in its claim for damages in relation to the High Voltage Power Cables Cartel
  • Acting for a multi-national distributor of electronic products and services in connection with the Liquid Crystal Displays Cartel
  • Acting for major UK retailers in multi-billion pound claims against Visa and MasterCard
  • Acting for global corporation in its claim arising from the Smart Cart Chips Cartel

Inge was ranked as a Leading Individual in the Legal 500 and described in the legal directories as “extremely impressive” and “highly responsive and engaged with the detail of the case” with “wide-ranging experience of competition litigation”.

Career

Inge trained at Manches LLP, joined Stewarts in 2009 and was made a partner in 2013.

Memberships

• LSLA (London Solicitors Litigation Association)
• AIJA (International Association of Young Lawyers)

Education

University of Birmingham (2001, BA Hons, English Literature and History of Art); College of Law, Chester (2003 PgDL; 2004 LPC).

Leisure

Inge’s interests include current affairs.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Competition litigation

(Leading individuals)

Inge ForsterStewarts Law LLP

The specialist competition litigation practice at Stewarts Law LLP possesses a ‘dynamic’ team with a number of experienced partners including ‘amazing’ practice head Kate Pollock and cross-border disputes expert Inge Forster. The firm’s major clients include UK household names Asda and Marks & Spencer. The competition litigation team also uniquely contains in-house economist Mark Lewis.