Dan has wide experience in the fields of insolvency (both corporate and personal) and company law (in particular, claims against directors for breach of fiduciary duty, derivative actions and minority shareholders petitions) as well as commercial contract disputes. He acts for liquidators and trustees in bankruptcy and is regularly instructed by the Secretary of State for Business Innovation and Skills in public interest winding up petitions, directors disqualification proceedings, applications for bankruptcy restrictions orders and for the appointment of provisional liquidators. He also frequently acts in professional negligence/indemnity claims, especially where advice as to insolvency and company law is in issue.
Dan is often instructed on applications for urgent injunctions, particularly for freezing orders, acting from start to finish from the initial preparation of the evidence to the final hearing.
Dan is a qualified pilot.
Solicitors Journal (on the law governing the limitation period in mortgage shortfall claims); Corporate Tax Review; lectures on Company and Insolvency Law (including on the Companies Act 2006 and cross-border insolvency); Solicitors Journal (series of articles on the law governing the limitation period in mortgage shortfall claims); and teaches on University of Westminster LLB advocacy module. Dan has given recent talks on Freezing Injunctions and Fraud in an insolvency context.
'Can't recommend highly enough: he's pragmatic, user-friendly, clever and deals with different personalities sensitively. A totally impressive advocate.'
'He is excellent with clients, and inspires confidence with his clear legal analysis and advice'
Insolvency: Leading juniors
Chancery Bar Asociation
BA (Modern History) St Catherine’s College, Oxford.
BA (Law) Downing College, Cambridge.