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Hausfeld & Co LLP

Work Department

Antitrust/Competition Disputes; Commercial & Financial Services Disputes.


Global Co-Chair


Anthony Maton, Hausfeld’s Global Co-Chair, has almost 30 years of experience litigating Competition and Financial Services claims in the UK and internationally. The Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Awards nominated him in the ‘Most Innovative Leader’ category in 2021.

He established Hausfeld as one of the go-to practices for cartel and Art 102 litigation and is widely credited for his role in the development of European Competition Damages litigation. Peers view him as one of the leading competition litigators.

Anthony has led some of the largest competition claims brought in Europe including the Marine Hose, Paraffin Was & Carbon cartels and the global Air Cargo litigation for over 100 groups of businesses. More recently he has been heavily involved in developing Hausfeld’s collective practice, particularly in bringing the now certified Trains collective and ongoing FX Claim. He is regarded as a skilled negotiator with the ability to formulate innovative settlement strategies. He was an early adopter of third party funding and ATE in the London market and has, together with the leading players, put forward innovative litigation funding solutions for blue chip clients.

With his support, Hausfeld has grown into a broader litigation boutique running high-value and complex Commercial and Financial cases against the world’s largest banks and businesses.

Previously at Slaughter & May and Herbert Smith Freehills.

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London > Dispute resolution > Competition litigation

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Anthony MatonHausfeld & 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.