David joined Hausfeld as an associate in 2011 and was promoted to partner on 1st January 2019. He specialises in complex commercial litigation.
He is a solicitor advocate with a broad range of experience in the High Court, including both trials and interlocutory relief as well as alternative dispute resolution such as mediations. David currently acts across a range of financial services and banking disputes.
Legal Practice Course, The College of Law
Graduate Diploma in Law, The College of Law
BA, University of Warwick
Postgraduate Diploma in EC Competition Law, King's College
Solicitor, England and Wales
Higher Rights (Civil Advocacy)
Legal 500 UK
David is listed as a 'key lawyer'. - Banking litigation: Investment and Retail, 2021
“David shows notable skills and experience in the area of banking and litigation and he is switched on and easy to deal with.” - Banking litigation: Investment and Retail, 2019
In 2015, David was recognised as a ‘Rising Star’ in the field of Commercial Litigation in London.
David has played a lead role on many of our most important financial services and banking disputes since we began to diversify into this area. Recent cases include:
In the area of competition law, David has acted for claimants in several follow-on cartel damages claims, including High Court claims arising from the Paraffin Wax and Marine Hose cartels.
David shows notable skills and experience in the area of banking and litigation and he is switched on and easy to deal with.