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Ian is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution and Mediations teams having recently finished his term as the Firm's Chief Executive from 2006 to 2012. He has been a mediator since 1996 undertaking a wide range of cases including approximately 450 disputes as Independent Assessor (a personal appointment) in respect of Equitable Life Pension claims. He was involved in the Firm's management from 1993 to 2012.
He has undertaken litigation in the Mercantile and Commercial Court including:
- Shareholder and director disputes;
- Partnership and LLP claims;
- Commercial Contract claims including the application of ink to plastic bags and related products; and
- Various warranty claims and disputes.
With many years of dispute resolution experience under his belt, qualified mediator Ian Daniells retains his formidable reputation in the field. He continues to oversee commercial litigation matters and participate in mediation.
Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession, 2009 Edition
Ian Daniells is a major presence in the region. His practice spans regional, national and international work and his experience encompasses partnership disputes and professional negligence and shareholder, fiduciary duty and general contractual claims. He is also an accredited mediator.
Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession, 2008 Edition
Ian Daniells specialises in a variety of commercial matters, including partnership, shareholder and contractual disputes, as well as fiduciary duty and professional negligence claims. He acts as an independent assessor in disputes between Equitable Life and a number of its policyholders and is an accredited mediator. Peers value him as a sensible opponent who "doesn't take unnecessary points," while clients find him "extremely helpful, professional and commercial - he will always achieve the stated objective and keep to timetables."
Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession, 2007 Edition
Leader of the department, the "approachable" Ian Daniells has "the right genetic makeup for a mediator."
Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession, 2006 Edition