Daniel Gritten

Daniel Gritten

Counsel
London

Email [email protected]​hoganlovells.com

Phone +44 20 7296 2000

Fax +44 20 7296 2001

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Daniel Gritten advises clients on a range of corporate and commercial disputes and civil fraud claims. These include large-scale, cross-border litigation and arbitration, particularly in relation to disputes arising out of Russia and CIS. 

Recommended by the directories as "composed, assiduous and with a gift for working out when to go on the attack", and "a great all-round package", Daniel regularly advises clients in relation to obtaining and/or resisting injunctions, including freezing, anti-suit, receivership and search orders, from first instance to the Supreme Court.

Daniel's clients, which include financial institutions, large corporations and high net worth individuals, rely on him to provide clear, practical and strategic advice in relation to their most complex problems.

Awards and recognitions

2021

Recommended - Commercial Litigation: Premium
Legal 500

2020

Recommended - Commercial Litigation: Premium
Legal 500

Education and admissions

Education

Ph.D., University of Bristol, 2008

B.A., University of Sheffield, 2002

Related practices

Litigation Services

Representative experience

Acting for the Ukrainian Privatbank on its multi-billion dollar claims against its former owners

Acting for the Kazakhstan Kagazy group, in funded litigation, to enforce a US$300m+ judgment against assets in England, Switzerland and Lichtenstein.

Acting for BTA Bank in long running, multi-billion dollar fraud claims brought against its former chairman, Mukhtar Ablyazov.

Advising the DIA as liquidator of Mezhprombank to bring claims and maintain a worldwide freezing injunction against Sergei Pugachev in support of US$1 billion+ claims.

Acting for a high-profile Russian businessman in relation to US$150 million fraud brought against him by a Russian bank in the English Courts.

Representing a global financial technology consultancy company in a £100 million+ dispute in one of the first claims to arise from the FinTech sector.

Acting for an international gaming group when it was served with a series of injunctions in a multi-jurisdictional dispute worth more than US$800 million.

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