We are delighted to announce that Keller Postman UK has been ranked Tier 1 in The Legal 500 UK 2024 guide for Group Litigation: Claimant.
Please see below a list of the full rankings and commentary as published in The Legal 500 UK 2024 Guide:
See the full Group Litigation: Claimant guide here.
Tier 1 ranked for Group Litigation: Claimant
The guide recognises our Firm’s “bespoke and individualised service”, commending the team for our sharp client focus and ability to represent customers and workers against large and well-resourced organisations.
Our Managing Director Andrew Nugent Smith has also been recognised as a Leading Individual in this field.
Other members of our talented team have also been recommended in the 2024 guide. These include Partners Mark Kenkre and Kingsley Hayes, as well as our Legal Director Hannah Wright Jones. Senior Associates Nathaniel Barber and Lesley-Ann Ainsworth were also noted as key lawyers.
“Andrew Nugent Smith is an innovator in the group litigation space. One of the trailblazers who others now seek to follow. A great leader as well as technically excellent lawyer (both key to managing large scale group actions).”
“Mark Kenkre – legally sophisticated, clinical but always commercial.”
“The team provides a very bespoke and individualised service, with great specialism in group litigation.”
- Mercedes-Benz (Daimler AG) emissions claimants
- Uber workers’ rights claimants
- Volkswagen Group emissions claimants
- Tesco workers’ rights claimants
- Binance Cryptoasset claimants
- London Metal Exchange claimants
- TerraUSD Claimants
- EasyJet data breach claimants
- British Armed Forces pension mis-selling claimants
- Vauxhall emissions claimants
- Equiniti data breach claimants
- Sports fraud claimants
Representing consumers in vehicle emissions claims arising out of the infamous “dieselgate” scandal in which car manufacturers mislead consumers and regulators on the emissions from diesel vehicles, including actions against some of the largest and well-known brands such as Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, and Vauxhall.
Representing workers in rights claims for fair wages and back pay from the UK’s four largest supermarkets Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda and Morrisons, and Uber, the world’s largest ride-sharing company.
Representing consumers bringing high-profile data breach and cybercrime claims following attacks against major airlines British Airways and EasyJet, credit reporting giant Equifax, Ticketmaster, the biggest ticketing company in the world, and leading pensions services company Equiniti.