Susanne Buergi

Susanne Buergi

Associate
London

Email susanne.buergi@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +44 20 7296 2000

Fax +44 20 7296 2001

LanguagesEnglish, French, German, Italian

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

As part of the Hogan Lovells Financial Services Disputes team in London, Susanne Buergi's practice focuses on financial services disputes, investigations and contentious regulatory matters. Susanne's practice also includes competition litigation where she was involved in two of the most significant UK competition litigation cases, the gas insulated switchgear damages claims and the air cargo damages claims. Susanne acts for domestic and international clients, including banks and multinational companies, and frequently advises on matters with an international element and cross-border issues.

Susanne's experience includes advising clients on a wide range of disputes, including High Court litigation, regulatory investigations and other commercial disputes. She has also undertaken a nine-month secondment to the litigation team of a leading UK bank.

Education and admissions

Education

Qualified Lawyer Transfer Scheme (QLTS), BPP University Law School, 2014

Swiss Bar Examination, Bernese Bar Association, 2012

Master of Laws, University of Berne, 2010

Bachelor of Laws, University of Berne, 2008

Bar admissions and qualifications

Solicitor, England and Wales

Representative experience

Acting for a leading international bank in relation to a claim regarding missing trader intra-community fraud.

Advising a leading international bank in relation to claims for breach of the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations and the Consumer Credit Act.

Advising a leading UK bank in relation to a European Commission antitrust investigation.

Acting for a leading UK bank in multiple sets of High Court proceedings involving interest rate hedging products.

Advising a leading UK bank in relation to an FX mis-selling claim.

Acting for a multinational company in a multi-party antitrust damages claim arising from a European Commission cartel finding in the gas insulated switchgear market.

Acting for an international airline in a series of English and Dutch antitrust damages claims arising from a European Commission cartel finding in the air cargo market.

Acting for a multinational company in a multi-party antitrust damages claim arising from a European Commission cartel finding in the power cables market.

Providing anti-money laundering compliance guidance to international companies in the real estate sector including advice in relation to the Proceeds of Crime Act.

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