DanielMoore

Associate

London + 44.20.7039.5669

Daniel Moore practices commercial litigation.

Daniel's recent experience includes acting for court-appointed office holders on fraud, negligence, and Insolvency Act 1986 claims against former directors, shareholders, and auditors; advising companies on commercial disputes, including partnerships, joint ventures, hotel management agreements, and contractual performance and termination; advising on litigation funding; and advising on data subject access requests.

Experience

  • KPMG acts as insolvency officeholder of Caribbean property developer HarlequinJones Day is advising Brian Glasgow of KPMG as bankruptcy trustee of Harlequin Property (SVG) Limited ("HPSVG") and Brian Glasgow and Craig Waterman of KPMG as joint liquidators of Harlequin Resorts (St. Lucia) Limited.
  • Voltalia completes €376 million capital increase with shareholders’ preferential subscription rightsJones Day represented Voltalia S.A. in connection with its €376 million offering by way of preferential subscription rights allocated to Voltalia's existing shareholders in a public offering in France and internationally in private placements to institutional investors.
  • Angel Group liquidators succeed in claims worth over £10m against former director and sole shareholderJones Day acted for the joint liquidators of the Angel Group in respect of claims worth over £10 million for breach of trust and fiduciary duties against Julia Davey (the former director and sole shareholder of the Angel Group).
  • American Apparel UK subsidiaries enter administrationJones Day is advising the joint administrators of the retail and wholesale clothing distributor American Apparel (UK) Limited and American Apparel (Carnaby) Limited in respect of the entities' entry into administration and subsequent ongoing trading of the business.
  • Euronext-listed company migrates to United KingdomJones Day advised a Euronext-listed company on its corporate migration into the United Kingdom to safeguard its U.S. and UK operations from possible adverse Brexit consequences.
  • European travel agency restructures after sale to hotel consortiumJones Day advised a leading European travel agency group on its restructuring options following a period of decreasing sales and margins in an increasingly competitive market.
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