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Stewarts Law LLP

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Leeds, London

Kenny Henderson

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Stewarts Law LLP

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Competition Litigation




Kenny is a commercial litigator with particular expertise in competition litigation, having represented clients on some of the highest profile claims filed in Europe to date. Clients instruct Kenny repeatedly, recognising his strategic thinking and the practical solutions that he delivers.

Kenny also has broad experience in general commercial litigation, in particular in regulated sectors including pharmaceutical and technology.


Kenny joined Stewarts in March 2017 from Covington and Burling. Kenny started his career as a corporate lawyer at Travers Smith.

London: Dispute resolution

Competition litigation

Within: Competition litigation

Stewarts Law LLP is 'one of the leading competition damages firms in the field' and its team is particularly noted for the 'steel determination' with which it manages large pieces of litigation for claimants pursuing damages arising from cartel infringements and abuses of dominance. The team is co-led by 'excellent strategist' Kate Pollock and 'resourceful' Kenny Henderson, who has vast cross-sectoral experience in competition disputes. Ian Gatt QC is recommended as 'a very far-sighted thinker'. The group represented multiple claimants, including Arcadia Group, Asda, Next and B&Q , in separate actions against Visa Europe and Visa concerning interchange fees. It also represented iiyama in separate claims against Schott and Samsung Electronics regarding CRT and LCT panel cartels respectively; in cases currently pending trial. The 'meticulous' Inge Forster is another key contact with 'good procedural knowledge'.

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