Richard Lloyd is one of the UK’s foremost consumer rights champions. He has more than 25 years’ experience of campaigning and policy-making for consumer groups, charities, housing agencies and national government.
From 2005 – 2008, Lloyd worked as Chief Executive for Consumers International – the international federation of consumer groups – which supports 250 affiliate organisations spanning 120 countries. Subsequent to this, he spent two years working at Number 10 Downing Street as a Special Advisor to the Prime Minister.
Richard was also the Executive Director of Which? (the UK Consumers’ Association) from 2011 to 2016. He oversaw numerous high profile, public campaigns backed by hundreds of thousands of people. Richard was also central to consumer interests being represented at the highest levels of UK government, most notably through the drafting of the Consumer Rights Act and a series of major investigations into the energy, banking and telecoms markets. Richard is vice-chair of the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute and a board member of three UK regulators.
Milberg London is an independent law firm focused exclusively on claimant litigation, like the Google You Owe Us claim.
Run by a team of exceptional lawyers and supported by its claim aggregation affiliate Milberg Limited, Milberg London is uniquely placed to handle cases on behalf of claimant groups against large corporate defendants.
The Committee is made of experts selected by Richard Lloyd who he may consult on key decisions as the case progresses.
Sir Christopher Clarke
Sir Christopher is a former High Court Judge and Lord Justice of Appeal. The widely respected former QC has experience arbitrating many high profile commercial disputes.
Dominic is Chair of C8 Associates, specialising in shaping organisations for the online world. He has a background in music and formerly advised the UK Government.
Christine Farnish CBE
Christine is the Chair of the Peer2Peer Finance Association and Non-Executive Director of Ofwat and Ofgem.
Martin Lewis OBE
Martin is a journalist, broadcaster and founder of moneysavingexpert.com and the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute. He has led major financial justice campaigns.