Daniel is an Associate in the firm’s Dispute Resolution group. He advises private clients, SMEs and international organisations across a wide range of business disputes.
Daniel endeavours to find the most practical strategy to resolve disputes at the earliest opportunity, with minimal disruption to a client’s business or everyday life. Should a sensible commercial solution prove elusive, he can guide clients through the Court process all the way to trial. His cases typically contain complex legal and factual issues and often involve multiple parties. He also helps find solutions through formal or informal alternative dispute resolution.
Daniel specialises in the protection and enforcement of all intellectual property rights, including trade marks, passing off, copyright, design right, patents and confidential information.
He also helps to establish the true value in a client’s business by advising on the creation, management and exploitation of intellectual property rights. He is able to sensibly combine his experience in corporate and commercial transactions with his understanding of legal disputes to facilitate a practical and efficient strategy for clients.
Daniel has a life sciences background graduating from University College London with a BSc Honours degree in Physiology and Pharmacology. He completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School, Holborn and joined the firm in March 2012.