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Danielle Maddox

T: +44 20 7809 2180 Email Danielle | Vcard Office: London

Danielle Maddox Associate

Contact details

Danielle Maddox

Danielle Maddox
Associate

T: +44 20 7809 2180 Email Danielle | Vcard Office: London

An associate in the commercial litigation department, Danielle acts for clients on a wide range of high-value and complex international disputes.
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Danielle’s experience includes commercial disputes, civil fraud and negligence claims. Danielle’s work encompasses High Court litigation, arbitration and mediation.

Danielle has acted for a range of clients including financial institutions, offshore funds, high-net worth individuals, insolvency practitioners and underwriters. 

 
  • Commercial litigation
  • Dispute resolution

Professional negligence

Advising the liquidators of an investment vehicle in relation to claims against professional advisers.

High-net worth individual

Advising a high-net worth individual in relation to claims arising out of the collapse of several banks, including defending a freezing order.

Fraud 

Advising an offshore fund in relation to an alleged misappropriation of monies.

European bank

Advising a European bank in relation to enforcement proceedings and third party disclosure orders.

More: Commercial litigation

Art law

Advising an art dealer in relation to its claim against an international auction house.

Arbitration

Defending a multinational insurance company in arbitration proceedings arising out of a European rail disaster.

Mediation

Acting for an oil and gas contractor in a mediation with its construction all risks insurer regarding damage to an offshore platform.

More: Dispute resolution

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