Daniel is a Partner in the firm’s construction and engineering disputes team with experience in all forms of dispute resolution including arbitration, court proceedings, mediation and adjudication and has extensive project advisory experience.
He advises on high-value, complex international and domestic disputes, predominantly in the real estate, energy and infrastructure sectors. He is familiar with advising on the major standard form construction contracts such as FIDIC, NEC, JCT, IChemE etc. Most recently he has advised clients on international arbitration proceedings under the ICC, SCC, NAI and LCIA rules while working alongside overseas local counsel.
Daniel also has an intrinsic knowledge of the demands of his clients having spent two years working in-house for one of the UK’s largest contractors and 8 months working in a project advisory role during the construction of one of the world’s largest offshore wind farms.
Daniel graduated from the University of Birmingham and trained with Pinsent Masons LLP, working there for 6 years before moving to Osborne Clarke in October 2015.
Daniel has completed a Masters of Science in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution at King’s College London and was awarded the Bickerdike Allen prize. He is also a member of the Society for Construction Law and the Young International Arbitration Group.