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UK Bar Guide 2022

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Property Damage
9 Years Ranked

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Daniel Crowley is a very experienced trial lawyer. He has fought dozens of cases to trial. He is very experienced in appeals to the Court of Appeal where he has fought many appeals, mostly alone and without a leader.

He specialises in insurance, construction and engineering, professional liability, product liability/property damage, commercial litigation, and arbitration.

He is a Fellow of the CIArb and a Chartered Arbitrator.

He acts as an advocate in international arbitrations including acting for (i) Claimant South American company in cross-border contractual claim; (ii) international energy and process contractor in ICC arbitrations (a) claim for variations and delay and disruption; and (b) claims arising from conversion of a coal fired power station to biomass in France.

He sits as an arbitrator on party and institutional appointments.

Commercial Disputes Barrister of the Year, Lawyer Monthly Legal Awards 2016.

Career

2 Entertain v Sony; Actavo v Doosan Babcock; Rendlesham v Barr; PNCL v NIG; Hufford v Samsung; Robbins v LB Bexley; Khan v Kane; BMG (Mansfield) v Galliford Try; Tabor v Brookfield Multiplex; Zennstrom v Fagot; Denness v East Hampshire DC; Berent v Family Mosaic Housing; Foster v Stojanovski; Jenson v Faux; Bole v Huntsbuild Ltd; Porter v Zurich; Hames v Ferguson; Hough v Annear; Crest Nicholson v Western; Eiles v London Borough of Southwark; Force India Formula One Team v Futurecom.

Professional Memberships

COMBAR (Committee 2000 - 2007); CIArb; LCLCBA; PNBA; TECBAR; Gray’s Inn Advocacy Trainer (from 2000) training BVC students, Pupils and New Practitioners - "A" grade trainer.

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UK Bar

Property Damage - London (Bar)
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Band 1

Daniel Crowley
Daniel Crowley is a well-established junior in the property damage market, who bolsters his capability in the area with strong knowledge of the Defective Premises Act. He is highly regarded for his strength when it comes to handling tree root subsidence claims, and further offers experience in fire and flood-related damage cases. His practice also extends to professional negligence, insurance and product liability matters.

Strengths

"Daniel cuts through the background noise and digs out what is and isn't relevant. He has an authoritative steer on liability, which shows a good grasp of case law." "Clients find him reassuring. He is understated and effective on paper." "He's knowledgeable of the law and gets to grips with knotty problems effectively."

Recent work

Instructed in a fire claim with issues regarding circumstantial evidence.

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