is a partner at Clifford Chance in London and is head of the global antitrust litigation group. She represents companies in EC and UK cartel investigations and antitrust litigation in the UK and European courts. Her experience includes representing a bank in the European Commission's investigation into euro interest rate derivatives (EURIBOR) and related litigation, and acting for defendants in claims for damages related to the gas-insulated switchgear cartel in the High Court, and the electrical and mechanical carbon and graphite products cartel in the Competition Appeal Tribunal and the Supreme Court. Elizabeth is past co-chair of the IBA Antitrust Committee.
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