Elizabeth advises leading corporates and major financial institutions on a broad range of contentious matters. She is experienced in conducting complex and high-value disputes, often with a cross-jurisdictional dimension, and has particular expertise in managing mass claims and group actions.
Competition litigation is a particular focus of Elizabeth’s practice. She has acted on some of the most high profile competition disputes brought before the English courts and Competition Appeal Tribunal, and has extensive trial experience. She also regularly advises clients in connection with investigations by competition authorities.
Defending MAN in multiple follow-on claims brought before the Competition Appeal Tribunal in reliance on the 2016 settlement agreement with the European Commission in respect of the alleged trucks cartel.
Representing Louis Dreyfus Company in respect of stand-alone claims brought in the English High Court by a large group of Brazilian orange growers in respect of an alleged buyers’ cartel between orange juice producers that was investigated by the Brazilian CADE.
Elizabeth joined Slaughter and May in 2020 from another magic circle law firm. She is ranked as a Next Generation Partner for Competition Litigation in the Legal 500 and is also “highly recommended” for Competition Law in Chambers and Partners. She is also recognised as a Competition Future Leader in Who’s Who Legal.
“She has strong analytical skills and is commercially aware”
Legal 500, 2019