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Kamran Vojdani

Solicitor

Kamran Vojdani is a solicitor in the consumer law department.

Competition law Financial services Civil fraud

Kamran is a solicitor in Leigh Day’s London office. His work focuses on bringing group and class actions on behalf of claimants. Kamran’s practice spans a broad range of areas, including financial services, competition law, civil fraud and disputes with developers.

Legal expertise

Kamran is currently representing a group of investors in the LF Woodford Equity Income Fund in their claim against Link Fund Solutions Limited for breaches of FCA rules.

Recent cases include acting for a group of individuals in claims for deceit arising out of fraudulent misrepresentations in marketing material related to investments in fixed assets. Kamran also recently assisted homeowners of a new-build property in claims stemming from breaches of planning permission and the building regulations.

Kamran has experience securing litigation insurance for claimants in complex matters.

Prior to joining Leigh Day, he worked in Brussels for six years in the antitrust and competition practices of two international law firms. Kamran’s work encompassed advising clients in the banking and energy sectors on compliance with EU regulations; conducting investigations to identify patterns of anti-competitive behaviour; and representing clients in the technology and communications sectors in merger proceedings before the European Commission.

Kamran read law at the University of Leicester and pursued his Masters in Competition Law at King’s College London, where he graduated with distinction and finished top of his year in EU Competition Law.

News and blogs

News Article
City Of London
Banking and finance Woodford claims

Leigh Day response to FCA consultation on consumer investments market

Leigh Day has written to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to provide feedback on the FCA’s consultation about how to reduce harm in the consumer investment market.

News Article
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Consumer law Banking and finance

Fourth capital distribution to investors in the Woodford Equity Income Fund

Leigh Day understands that, as part of the winding-up of the Woodford Equity Income Fund (WEIF), a capital distribution took place on 11 December 2020.

News Article
man working from home
Consumer law Banking and finance

Leigh Day begins accepting clients for a group claim against Link

Leigh Day announces that it is now formally accepting clients for a group claim on behalf of investors in the Woodford Equity Income Fund

Blog Post
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Product safety consumer law

Link's publication of WEIF's annual report

Kamran Vojdani and analyst Jonathan Garvey assess the recently published annual report of Link Fund Solutions, the Authorised Corporate Director of the Woodford Equity Income Fund