Lucy Rigby > Hausfeld & Co LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Hausfeld & Co LLP

Work Department

Antitrust/Competition Disputes / Technology & Data Breach


Partner, London


Lucy specialises in large-scale collective redress with particular expertise in opt-out collective actions brought before the Competition Appeal Tribunal. She was instrumental in carving out Hausfeld’s market leading position in collective redress.

Notably, she was part of the team which:
– filed the country’s first standalone opt-out claims on behalf of rail passengers in 2019, now certified by the CAT
– which represented the Consumers’ Association (Which?) in its intervention in Mastercard v Merricks before the Supreme Court in 2020
– filed an opt-out collective claim against Qualcomm, Inc. for over £480 million in relation to smartphone chipsets and standard essential patents, recently certified by the CAT.

She is currently advising thousands of clients in their claims against Daimler stemming from the emissions scandal.

She has worked on European and domestic antitrust investigations for public and private companies, as well as for the regulator, and has experience of working on high-profile merger transactions. Lucy worked for client Privacy International in its intervention in the European Commission’s review of Google’s acquisition of Fitbit.

Previously at Which? and Office of Fair Trading.

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Board Member at The Collective Redress Lawyers Association ( CORLA)

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Competition litigation

(Next Generation Partners)

Lucy Rigby – Hausfeld & Co LLP

As a boutique litigation firm working on the claimant side, Hausfeld & Co LLP stands at the pinnacle of the market. Able to ‘operate seamlessly across jurisdictions’, the firm’s London competition disputes team is spearheaded by Scott Campbell, who has worked on some of the largest cartel damages claims in England and Wales. In addition to his work on damages claims and investigations, Campbell assists clients with managing their litigation costs and risk. He is supported by a host of exceptional partners including Nicola BoyleAnna MorfeyLesley Hannah and Anthony MatonLucy Rigby is also noted by clients as ‘an outstanding junior partner’. The team has recently acted in a varied range of complex competition litigation work, including the high-profile ‘App Stores claims’ and automotive cartels cases, and is handling a class action on behalf of millions of UK rail passengers.