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Daniel Jackson, Principal Associate

Daniel Jackson

Principal Associate

Practice areas

  • Financial services
  • Litigation and dispute management
  • Pensions disputes

Practice notes

Daniel is a Principal Associate in our Financial Services Dispute and Investigations group, and Pensions Disputes team.

Daniel is experienced in complex banking litigation; professional negligence/mis-selling claims (including pensions investments); outsourcing disputes; and has a particular focus and experience in handling financial mis-selling and consumer credit/finance claims.

 Daniel also regularly advises financial institution clients in respect of regulatory and compliance issues, including regulatory investigations, past business reviews and consumer redress schemes; as well as complaints handling strategies for dealing with the FOS and the FCA. Daniel’s article on complaints handling was published as a Practice Note on PLC.

More recently, Daniel has been heavily involved in developing the firm's offering in the SIPP sector with a particular focus on defending widespread mis-selling/professional negligence claims against SIPP providers. Daniel led a portfolio of complaints under DISP, FOS complaints and legal claims for a SIPP provider with an exposure in excess of £50 million.

Daniel was the lead fee earner in Russell Adams -v- Options UK Personal Pensions LLP (acting for Options), in which the Court of Appeal provided the leading judgment on the extent of duties owed by an execution only SIPP administrator, the application of COBS to SIPP administrators, and the application of s.27 FSMA which was previously untested by the courts. The case is subject to an application for permission to appeal to the Supreme Court.

Daniel has significant experience in dealing with consumer credit/finance claims. Daniel has particular expertise in s.75 claims, in respect of which he trains a number of KAM clients on an annual basis.