Daniel is an associate in the London office of Three Crowns. He has significant experience in international commercial arbitrations under LCIA and ICC rules with particular experience acting for clients in the power generation, oil and gas, automation, logistics, and construction sectors. He has also acted in the English High Court to obtain a pre-action worldwide freezing injunction in support of arbitration proceedings.

Daniel’s recent experience includes:

  • Acting for a multinational engineer and architect in an ICC arbitration concerning the construction and start-up of a gas power plant in the Middle East
  • Acting for a consortium of Asian design and construction contractors in two VIAC arbitrations arising out of a contract for the tunnelling and construction for a hydropower plant in Asia
  • Acting for a European automation engineer in an LCIA arbitration concerning the installation and commissioning of manufacturing machinery in Asia
  • Acting for a European infrastructure designer, builder, and operator in an ICC arbitration concerning construction and start-up of a liquified natural gas facility in Africa
  • Acting for a European designer and manufacturer of automated warehousing in an LCIA arbitration concerning installation and start-up of an automated warehouse system in Europe

Daniel studied Ancient History at University College London before completing an LLB with the University of Law in London. He has recently completed a Diploma in French Studies with the French Institute in London. He is also a member of the LCIA Young International Arbitration Group and the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum, and has acted in proceedings in the Employment Tribunal as a volunteer with the Free Representation Unit. Daniel has a working proficiency in French.