Daniel advises and acts in a range of civil and commercial matters with a particular focus on the areas listed below.
Commercial litigation and International arbitration
Daniel receives regular instructions in commercial disputes in County Courts and the High Court including breach of contract claims, matters relating to agency, sale of goods and provision of services. Daniel has experience in dealing with tortious claims in a commercial setting including procuring a breach of contract, breach of statutory duty and misfeasance in public office.
Daniel regularly appears in courts on a broad range of consumer credit and financial services related issues. He has experience dealing with enforceability disputes, claims relating to mis-selling of insurance as well as mortgage products, payments of secret commissions and unfair relationship claims. Daniel undertakes a considerable amount of drafting and advisory work in these areas. He also regularly appears in bankruptcy and insolvency hearings as well as a wide variety of procedural applications.
Daniel has particular interest in commercial arbitration. He has undertaken a one-year LLM level course in International and Comparative Arbitration at the Centre for International Arbitration, Queen Mary University and achieved a distinction in his exam. He has also completed an arbitration award drafting course and is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Daniel has experience of a wide variety of employment related litigation and advisory work at both first instance and appellate levels. He regularly appears in Employment Tribunals dealing with unfair dismissal, discrimination, protected disclosures, unlawful deduction of wages and TUPE transfers. Daniel has also experience in breach of contract claims and regulatory disputes in the employment field.
Daniel has experience in professional negligence claims including claims pursued against architects, surveyors and solicitors.
Publications and Lectures
Daniel contributes to client bulletins produced by Chambers in Employment Law and Commercial Law. He regularly gives seminars for client firms in all of the areas he practices in. Recently Daniel has delivered seminars on protected disclosures, procedural issues, Part 36 offers and consumer credit issues in travel litigation. Daniel is very happy to be approached with suggested seminar topics relating to his practice areas.
BA (Law), Downing College, Cambridge; BCL, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford; Postgraduate Award in the Law of Human Rights, Bristol University; Comparative International Arbitration and Award Writing, Queen Mary University
Hungarian (native); German
Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
ICC Young Arbitrators Group
LCIA Young Arbitrators Group
Young Arbitrators Stockholm
Employment Lawyers Association
Employment Law Bar Association