Kenny also has broad experience in general commercial litigation, in particular in regulated sectors including pharmaceutical and technology.


Kenny is an acknowledged leader in the fast-developing field of competition litigation.  He is recommended by the Legal 500 and by Chambers and Partners, where he is described as “resourceful”, having “vast cross-sectoral experience” and that he is “able to use his knowledge and experience to cut through the issues.”  Commercial Dispute Resolution describe Kenny as a “rising star” Unusually, Kenny has experience acting for both claimants and defendants, giving him useful insights on strategy and approach.


Kenny has represented multinational clients on competition claims, including in global and European cartels damages claims.  Key cases include Nokia v AU Optronics, iiyama v SEC and TomTom v SEC.

Kenny has successfully litigated bet-the-company claims, including on expedited timetables to trial. Kenny also advises clients on seeking and defending injunctive relief.


Kenny joined Stewarts in March 2017 from Covington and Burling. Kenny started his career as a corporate lawyer at Travers Smith.



Kenny speaks and also writes frequently on the topic of competition litigation, including in the Journal of European Competition Law & Practice and Competition Policy International.

He authors the competition litigation chapters of Butterworths Competition Law.


Kenny has three energetic children, and he enjoys jogging and skiing.