Camilla Sanger has wide experience of handling complex and substantial disputes which often span multiple jurisdictions. Her practice covers commercial, banking and competition litigation and contentious regulatory investigations, and she has acted for a number of major corporates, banks and other financial services institutions.
A particular focus of her practice is on class and group action claims; she has acted on many significant class action proceedings, including some of the highest profile competition-litigation claims before the English courts.
Highlights include advising:
- The Board of TSB in the recent independent review of TSB’s 2018 migration to a new IT platform, which resulted in the publication of Slaughter and May’s Report on 19 November 2019
- BAT plc in respect of a group claim threatened by Malawian tobacco farmers, concerning allegations of child and forced labour on third party farms in Malawi.
- JPMorgan Chase Bank in relation to both the High Court litigation and the proposed collective proceedings brought in the Competition Appeal Tribunal arising out of the forex investigations.
- First MTR South Western Trains in respect of the first standalone and first alleged abuse of dominance related collective proceedings brought in the Competition Appeal Tribunal under the UK's competition class action regime.
- Philips on three significant follow-on damages claims arising out of infringement decisions of the European Commission.
- Google on a standalone abuse of dominance claim brought by Unlockd seeking injunctive relief.
- British Airways in relation to the multijurisdictional follow-on damages actions arising as a result of the US Department of Justice and European Commission investigations into an alleged air cargo cartel.
- Deutsche Bank on investigations by Government agencies across multiple jurisdictions including the US, UK and Germany in relation to the setting of various interbank benchmark rates, and on the subsequent coordinated settlements.
- Banco Santander Totta in successful litigation in the High Court and Court of Appeal relating to the validity of interest rate swaps entered into on ISDA terms between the bank and Portuguese public sector companies.
- A multinational utility company on an investigation in respect of allegations of internal risk control failures and related improper risk management actions, including alleged breaches of FCA rules.
- An electronic payment services company in respect of a significant commercial contractual dispute with its counterparty, which included successfully obtaining an out of hours injunction from the High Court to ensure the continuity of business services to our client.
Camilla is also involved in the firm’s Data Protection and Privacy hub and advises on all aspects of data protection and privacy, including in the context of global investigations or disputes.
Camilla is recognised in the Who’s Who Legal Competition – Future Leaders publications and as a Next Generation Partner for Competition Litigation and Commercial Litigation in The Legal 500. She is the editor of The Class Actions Law Review and the author of numerous publications focusing on private enforcement including the EU chapters of the Private Competition Enforcement Review and the Global Competition Review.