Daniel practises in all aspects of English private commercial law, with particular experience in litigation involving banking and financial services, fraud, conflicts of laws, professional negligence, and shareholder disputes. His cases frequently have an international element.
Ongoing and recent high-profile Commercial Court matters in which Daniel has acted include: SKAT v Solo Capital Partners LLP & Ors (a c.£1.5bn alleged ‘cum ex’ fraud against the Danish tax authority); Bank Mellat v HMT (a $4bn claim for damages following a breach of the Bank’s human rights); and the RBS Rights Issue litigation (a £4 billion shareholders’ claim arising from the RBS Rights Issue during the global financial crisis).
Called 2010; Inner Temple.
COMBAR; LCLCBA; YLFA.
Brasenose College, Oxford (BA in Philosophy Politics and Economics, First Class) (1st in economics, 2nd overall); Wolfson College, Cambridge (BA in Law (Accelerated), Double First Class); Harvard Law School (LLM) (Kennedy Scholar); City Law School (BVC, Outstanding).