Daniel Hemming is a partner in the Commercial Disputes practice in London, with a particular focus on the financial services sector.
Daniel regularly acts for banks, asset managers, hedge funds and high net worth individuals. He is recognised for his work relating to derivative products, ISDA and GMRA disputes and the close-out of complex financial transactions.
Daniel has extensive experience of the enforcement of judgments and arbitral awards and interim/injunctive relief, including worldwide freezing injunctions. He also assists a wide range of clients with contractual and other general commercial disputes.
"Of the younger partners, Dan Hemming stands out as a future star in the market." - Legal 500 UK 2024
"Dan Hemming is a new partner but a true superstar in the making – fantastically clever and hugely perceptive." - The Legal 500 UK 2022
"Talent and experience way beyond his years. Destined to be one of the most influential commercial litigation partners in London." - The Legal 500 UK 2022
Recommended - - The Legal 500 UK 2022
"Daniel Hemming is a star of the future" - The Legal 500 UK 2021
"Dan Hemming is a rising star who will be a titan before long" - The Legal 500 UK 2021
"A star of the future" - The Legal 500 2020
"Dan Hemming is touched with genius in terms of his skill as a litigator. He is clever, analytical, polished, and never outdone." - The Legal 500 2019
London Solicitors Litigation Association
Financial Services Lawyers Association
Acting for a European financial institution in a dispute with the Lehman Brothers estate and a corporate trustee over the valuation and management of a portfolio of securities held as collateral in relation to tri-party repo trading
Acting in a high-profile claim against a major UK investment bank for misuse of confidential information, which culminated in a successful 10 week trial in the Chancery Division
Acting for an international energy and commodities business in connection with the cross-border enforcement of disputed debts
Acting for a media investment company in defending claims for the alleged mis-selling of film production partnership investments