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London > Dispute resolution > Competition litigation

Working in close collaboration with its various European colleagues, White & Case LLP‘s London office enjoys a strong reputation among a varied roster of manufacturers, consumer goods companies, technology multinationals, and pharmaceutical conglomerates. The team is particularly active in follow-on litigation arising from cartel investigations, routinely appearing before the CAT, the Court of Appeal, and the High Court. The practice is jointly chaired by ‘extraordinary litigator’ Charles Balmain and the ‘gifted’ Marc Israel, a specialist in multi-jurisdictional proceedings. Working between the firm’s Brussels and London offices, Genevra Forwood is noted for her capabilities in state aid litigation, while Alexandra Rogers‘ ‘encyclopaedic knowledge‘ encompasses cross-border cartel defences in areas such as power cables, ball bearings, and Euribor derivatives. Counsel Raif Hassan is praised as an ‘ascendant figure‘ in damages actions.

London > Corporate and commercial > EU and competition

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Marc IsraelWhite & Case LLP

Commended by clients for its ‘impressive cross-jurisdictional expertise‘, White & Case LLP is well-versed in the full gamut of UK and EU competition matters. Practice chair Marc Israel is a highly experienced antitrust lawyer, lauded by blue-chip corporates for his ‘responsive and pragmatic’ advocacy in multi-jurisdictional merger control proceedings. Alexandra Rogers is praised for the breadth of her domestic and international expertise, encompassing Phase I and II merger control reviews, cartel investigations, and e-Discovery issues in competition cases. Associate Kate Keilliher notably focuses on competition, regulatory, and state aid concerns in the energy sector. All named lawyers work between Brussels and London.