Lambros Kilaniotis heads RPC's Competition practice.
He is a solicitor advocate with higher rights of audience and represents clients in oral hearings before regulators, tribunals and courts.
Practising all aspects of EU and UK competition law, Lambros has considerable experience in contentious competition matters such as market investigations, cartel investigations (including dawn raids) and competition litigation (including follow on damages actions). He also provides non-contentious strategic competition advice and advises on mergers.
Lambros represents clients from the pharmaceutical, retail and automotive industries in competition damages claims. He is "very engaging and on top of the law." - Chambers UK 2019
“very well organised, takes a very methodical approach to all tactical aspects and has all bases covered.” - Chambers UK 2018
"exceptionally good to work with and highly intelligent" - Legal 500 UK 2018
"commercially-minded" and has "a reputation for achieving favourable settlements" in a variety of competition disputes. - Legal 500 UK 2018
"Rising star" Lambros Kilaniotis (who is "very knowledgeable" and "hard-working") - Legal 500 UK 2017
Solicitor advocate Lambros Kilaniotis, who is "a good tactician with encyclopaedic knowledge of the law", - Legal 500 UK 2017
"He is very personable, wants to do right by his client and produces solid work." - Chambers UK 2017
"Recommended" - Legal 500 UK 2016
"An "excellent tactician, with superb judgement"" - Legal 500 UK 2015
"Recommended" - Legal 500 UK 2014
"A skilled tactician and accomplished litigator" - Legal 500 UK 2014
MyFerrylink- advising the operating company of Eurotunnel's cross-channel ferry business in its successful appeal in the Court of Appeal challenging the Competition and Market Authority's jurisdiction in the Eurotunnel/Sea France merger
LINPAC - advising on various matters relating to the European Commission's Retail Food Packaging decision
Advising a number of claimants on competition damages claims in respect of interchange fees
General advice for clients (both claimants and defendants) in relation to follow-on damages cases (including settlements before the issue of proceedings)