Qualifications: PhD, FRGS, FCIArb, Chartered Arbitrator, PG Dip Arb, Solicitor, Barrister (non-practising)
Dr Daniel Brawn is a Solicitor and non-practising Barrister, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a Chartered Arbitrator. Daniel’s practice is focussed on the construction and civil engineering industries, and infrastructure projects, where he advises land-owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors and their professional teams.
Daniel has a wide experience of the construction industry, from both a contentious and non-contentious perspective. Daniel has put together development projects of all sizes; drafting and negotiating contracts and all the associated warranties, assignments, bonds and guarantees, and providing the legal and practical advice needed to manage the risks on large projects.
On the contentious side, Daniel has focused particularly on adjudication and arbitration for resolving disputes. Daniel drafts pleadings and advises on the level of proof required in breach of contract claims, delay, disruption, prolongation and extensions of time, liquidated damages, the valuation of variations and loss and expense, and the assessment of final account disputes. Daniel regularly sits as an arbitrator himself.
Daniel teaches arbitration practice and procedure to students at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and he supervises post-graduate students at Salford University. Daniel has published learned articles and lectured extensively on obscure legal topics.