Paul Chaplin

Paul Chaplin

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Paul Chaplin is a counsel in the London competition litigation practice of Hogan Lovells. His practice encompasses both domestic and international disputes with a particular focus on cartel damages actions in the English High Court usually involving multiple international parties. Paul's recent competition experience includes advising on some of the leading cases in England & Wales, including: National Grid v ABB and others (Gas Insulated Switchgear), UK Power Networks v ABB and others (Gas Insulated Switchgear), Emerald Supplies Limited and others v British Airways Ltd (Air Cargo), National Grid v Prysmium and others (Power Cables) and DFDS A/S v Société Coopérative de Production SeaFrance SA and CMA. He has also advised a large healthcare company in relation to alleged breaches of article 101 TFEU and the English doctrine of restraint of trade, as well as a number of abuse of dominance and predatory pricing cases. Paul regularly writes articles on competition actions in the English courts and the impact of forthcoming European and UK legislative changes on the antitrust litigation landscape and is a regular speaker at conferences focusing on this area of the law. 

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