Daniel is an associate in the litigation team. He specialises in real estate disputes and related litigation, health and safety and acting for regulatory bodies.
Daniel advises on the full range of landlord and tenant issues and property litigation including 1954 Act procedures, obtaining possession from residential and business tenants, including those in undocumented occupation, rent and construction disputes. He works closely with the Real Estate team advising on disputed sale agreements and restrictive covenants in the context of developments. He has particular expertise with healthcare clients and also advises social housing clients.
Daniel has advised NHS and private healthcare providers, and landlords and tenants, on health and safety obligations and serious incident investigations. He has acted in relation to criminal investigations and prosecutions brought for health and safety failings, including fatalities, and advised in response to enforcement action by the Care Quality Commission and the Health and Safety Executive.
Daniel also has in depth knowledge of acting for regulators, including the General Dental Council and the General Pharmaceutical Council. He has investigated and prosecuted a range of conduct matters, including illegal practice, and also advised on costs recovery. Allied to this, Daniel has extensive experience of advising on complex NHS dental contract disputes, involving ‘inappropriate claiming’, infection control breaches and other dental issues.
Daniel’s work has involved concluding cases by mediation, arbitration, adjudication including at the Family Health Services Appeal Unit (in the NHS Dispute Resolution procedure) and at the High Court (Queen’s Bench and Chancery Divisions), and the Court of Appeal.
MA (Hons) Lit Hum, Oxford University
Postgraduate Diploma in Law, College of Law London, 2003
Legal Practice Course, College of Law London, 2004