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.  Lucy joined Hausfeld in 2017 and her experience has proven invaluable in Hausfeld’s market leading position in collective redress.  Notably, Lucy was part of the team which filed the country’s first standalone opt-out claims on behalf of rail passengers in 2019 and that which represented the Consumers’ Association (Which?) in its intervention in Mastercard v Merricks before the Supreme Court in 2020.  Lucy recently filed an opt-out collective claim against Qualcomm, Inc. for over £480 million in relation to smartphone chipsets and standard essential patents and she is currently advising thousands of clients in their claims against Daimler stemming from the emissions scandal.

Lucy has experience of conducting litigation before the Competition Appeal Tribunal, High Court, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. 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. Most recently, Lucy worked for client Privacy International in its intervention in the European Commission’s review of Google’s acquisition of Fitbit.

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