Daniel has been an ADR Group accredited mediator since 2011.
His extensive knowledge of property law makes him particularly effective at mediating disputes in that area.
Recent mediations have included disputes concerning restrictive covenants, breach of leasehold covenants, easements and beneficial interests in former shared home.
Daniel is recommended for Real Estate/Property Litigation in Chambers UK and Legal 500.
“Easy to work with.” “In trial he is very effective, has good gravitas and gets to the heart of the issues needing to be resolved.” “Extremely good on his feet.” (Chambers UK)
“a real authority on easements, manorial rights and land registration. He has impeccable judgement and guides a case in the right way at all times.” (Chambers UK)
“he delivers an excellent service and maintains a very high standard of quality.” (Chambers UK)
“he has a mastery of detail and is a calm, confident presence with clients.” (Legal 500)
“knowledgeable about property and instils confidence.” (Legal 500)
“the consummate professional. Calm under pressure, great with clients” (Legal 500)
- Property Bar Association (formerly Secretary)
- Chancery Bar Association
- Professional Negligence Bar Association
- London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association
Daniel contributed a chapter to “Commercial Property Practice: An Expert Guide” (2015, Wilmington Legal) and for several years was a chapter author for “Practical Civil Court Precedents” (Sweet and Maxwell).
Contributor to Risk & Negligence in Property Transactions (The Law Society) – publication late 2018.
- Manchester University, BA (Econ) Hons in Politics and Economics
- City University, Dip. Law
- Judge of the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber, Land Registration)
- ADR Group accredited mediator