Prior to founding Charles Lyndon Rodger gained a wide range of competition and economic regulatory experience acting for both claimants and defendants. At Baker & McKenzie Rodger undertook a significant amount of telecommunications work, most notably in relation to mobile termination rates. At Hausfeld Rodger acted on a number of large follow-on damages claims before the courts of England & Wales arising out of competition law infringements. This included litigation arising out of the marine hose, the copper fittings, the copper tubes and the car glass cartels. As well as having day-to-day conduct of these cases Rodger was also involved on the funding side of the cases. Rodger has also been involved in financial services litigation including the alleged manipulated of LIBOR and EURIBOR.
In 2015 Rodger founded Charles Lyndon in order to focus on claimant/consumer redress and in particular in relation to ‘group’ litigation. Last month, on behalf of its client Justin Gutmann, Charles Lyndon filed the UK’s first stand-alone collective proceedings claim in the Competition Appeals Tribunal