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Conor Quigley KC
Barrister specialising in European Union law and competition law, with particular expertise in state aid, taxation, public procurement, and UK and EC competition law; advisory and representation work before English and European courts and competition and regulatory bodies. Current work includes several cases on state aid, financing of public infrastructure projects, consumer protection, banking, motor insurance, employment rights, betting systems, extradition. Notable cases include: Supreme Court: Louca v A German judicial authority (2009) Court of Appeal; Wilkinson v Churchill Insurance (2010), R v White (2010). ECJ: Churchill Insurance v Wilkinson (2001); Air Transport Association of America v Sec. of State for the environment (2011). International Power v NALOO (2003) Lennox v ILCO (2003); IECC v Commission (2001); Irish Sugar v Commission (2001); Hedley Lomas (1996); Publishers Association v Commission (1996); House of Lords: White v White & MIB (2001); Court of Appeal: Cooper v Pure Fishing (2004); Light v Ty Europe (2004); RCO Support Services v Unison (2002).
Called 1985; Gray’s Inn; Fellow, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford 1991-96; chairman, Bar European Group 1992-94; chairman, EU Law Section, UIA 2005-10; QC 2003; publications: ‘European State Aid Law and Policy’ (2015, 2009, 2002); ‘European Community Contract Law (1997).
Good French; Dutch; basic Italian.
King’s College, London (1979 LLB); University of Amsterdam (1980 Dip EI); Oxford University (1991 MA).