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Before joining the Firm in 1998, Catriona worked in Brussels and London. She is qualified as a solicitor both in England & Wales and in Scotland. Although she has a wide-ranging practice, her particular areas of expertise are cartels and contentious competition proceedings. She has acted in a number of major EU and UK cases, including several successful leniency applications. She has extensive experience of private damages cases in England & Wales, Scotland and other jurisdictions, acting for both claimants and defendants, and in the Competition Appeal Tribunal and in the ordinary courts. She was recently described as an opponent in litigation as “someone to have on your side, not against you".
Her practice also includes advising on merger clearances, competition complaints, state aids and public procurement as well as other areas of European and competition law. Catriona has experience of anti-dumping proceedings and European Court challenges.
Catriona has for a number of years contributed to Getting the Deal Through's publication Private Antitrust Litigation and contributed the Scotland chapter to a major textbook on International Competition Litigation.
qualified solicitor in England and Wales 1997; Maclay Murray & Spens LLP since 1998; qualified as a solicitor in Scotland 1999; accredited mediator.