Daniel is a commercial disputes and insolvency lawyer who focuses on contractual disputes, commercial conflict of laws, class action procedures and external administrations.
Daniel provides timely and strategic advice to manage disputes from inception to resolution. He acts in proceedings before superior state and federal courts and tribunals, and in various forms of alternative dispute resolution.
Daniel works with a wide range of domestic and international corporate clients and in-house legal teams, as well as key government departments and agencies. He also regularly acts for companies and their directors, and insolvency practitioners, before and during external administrations.
Daniel is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb) and has a Master of Laws (LLM) from the University of Sydney. During his studies he attended the University of Cambridge (UK) for contractual damages and came first in class for commercial conflict of laws. Daniel also holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws with Honours (BCom LLB Hons) from Macquarie University.
Before joining Sparke Helmore as a graduate in February 2013, Daniel tutored primary, high school and university students in a variety of academic subjects and musical instruments.
Daniel is currently completing his PhD thesis on private international law and conflict of laws at the University of Sydney under the supervision of Professor Luke Nottage and Professor Chester Brown. When he’s not studying, he enjoys time with his family and watching basketball.