Lisa is an Associate Director in the Commercial and Regulatory Disputes team at Osborne Clarke and specializes in banking and financial litigation, and competition/cartel damages claims, as well as more general commercial disputes.
Lisa has considerable experience in specialist financial litigation, in particular in the field of derivative financial products. She has acted on several high profile IRHP mis-selling and LIBOR manipulation claims (including one of The Lawyer’s Top 20 cases of 2013), as well as a successful Court of Appeal case acting for a Texan hedge fund where previous judgments in favour of a major UK bank were set aside on the grounds of fraud.
Lisa has also advised on interpretation of ISDA Master Agreements, disputes involving MBSs and securitizations, the interpretation of Prospectuses/PPMs and disputes involving investment managers and introducers.
Lisa also has expertise in competition cartel damages claims, acting for a number of claimants in follow-on damages claims in relation to the DRAM, LCD and CRT cartels.
Lisa has a BA in Law and an MPhil in Criminological Research, both from Cambridge University. She qualified as a solicitor in September 2010 and as a solicitor advocate (Higher Courts-Civil Proceedings) in December 2015.
Lisa joined Osborne Clarke in November 2016 having trained and qualified at the US law firm Latham & Watkins (London) LLP and spent a number of years working at the specialist banking and financial disputes firm Cooke, Young & Keidan LLP.
Supreme Court confirms that the expectation of liquidators to identify 'concealed' claims is not the same as that of trading companies
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An appellate court judgment will bring comfort to liquidators of insolvent companies in respect of the limitation periods applicable in...
A reprieve for opt-out class actions in the UK
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