Daniel specialises in real property and leasehold law with an emphasis on landlord and tenant. His practice encompasses possession and forfeiture proceedings, lease renewal, service charge disputes, disrepair, enfranchisement and all the other problems which arise out of leasehold interests.
As well as landlord and tenant matters, Daniel’s practice includes real property related issues such as conveyancing disputes, property related professional negligence, rights of way and easements, constructive trusts and co ownership, options, boundary disputes, and adverse possession.
For a number of years he has been listed in both legal directories: as a leading junior in the Legal 500 for Property Litigation, in which he was described as ‘superb’ and recommended as a leader in the field of Real Estate Litigation in Chambers and Partners. The 2015 Legal 500 describes him as having 'Excellent knowledge of property-related disputes' and the current Chambers and Partners notes him as an 'Incredible advocate'.