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Louise Freeman represents parties in complex commercial disputes, and co-chairs the firm’s Commercial Litigation and European Dispute Resolution Practice Groups.

Described by Legal 500 as “one of London’s most effective partners” and by Chambers as “a class act,” Ms. Freeman helps clients to navigate challenging situations in a range of industries, including life sciences, technology and financial markets. Most of her cases involve multiple parties and jurisdictions, where her strategic, dynamic advice is invaluable.

Ms. Freeman also represents parties in significant competition litigation proceedings, including a number of the leading cases in England.

  • Representing a defendant in complex follow-on damages litigation relating to alleged anti-competitive behaviour in the aluminium market.
  • Obtaining and executing a search and seizure order from the English High Court on behalf of a major international brand.
  • Providing global litigation counselling to a FMCG client in a dispute with a distributor.
  • Representing a major credit rating agency in the first claim in Europe by investors seeking damages for alleged negligence in relation to ratings.
  • Advising an international energy company on commercial contractual issues arising out of the imposition of trade controls.
  • Representing life science clients and FMCG clients in contractual and tortious disputes, particularly relating to distribution arrangements and trade secrets.
  • Advising major technology clients on a range of contentious matters and developing robust terms and conditions.