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Lucy is an Associate in the Disputes & Investigations team in London. Lucy acts for clients in complex high-value commercial disputes in a range of sectors, including financial services, property, recruitment, media and entertainment.
Lucy advises on a broad range of commercial disputes, including breach of contract, professional negligence, misrepresentation, breach of trust, defamation and shareholder claims.
Lucy has significant experience of litigation in the High Court, as well as various forms of alternative dispute resolution.
Lucy has worked with, and acted for, a number of litigation funders.
Lucy has a particular interest in the growing areas of ESG-disputes and climate change litigation, and has published articles and guides on these topics.
|Since 2022||Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2017 - 2021||Associate, Collyer Bristow|
|2015 - 2017||Trainee solicitor, Collyer Bristow|
|2015||LPC, University of Law|
|2013||BA, Law, Oxford University|
How to take steps to offset climate litigation risks, Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence, 2021
Potential risks for disputes in relation to ‘greenwashing’ and ESG reporting obligations by financial services firms, Global Banking Finance Review, 2021
ESG Reporting in England & Wales, Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence, 2021
Actualités et publications récentes
Climate change litigation update – ClientEarth issues claim against Shell's directors
par plusieurs auteurs
Disputes Quick Read: Climate change litigation – successful challenge to government's Net Zero Strategy
par Jessica Thomas et Lucy Waddicor
Space tourism takes off
Nicole Ng Yuen and Lucy Waddicor look at the future of tourism (in space).
par Nicole Ng Yuen et Lucy Waddicor
2 de 5 Publications
Sustainability in space
Lucy Waddicor and Nick Storrs explore the idea of sustainability in space and suggest some solutions to the growing issue of space debris.
par Lucy Waddicor et Nick Storrs
5 de 5 Publications
Dr. Martin Knaup, LL.B.
David de Ferrars