Daniel Harrison

  • 99 Bishopsgate
  • London EC2M 3XF
  • United Kingdom

Daniel Harrison is an associate in the London office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the firm's International Arbitration and Public International Law Practices and Litigation & Trial Department. Mr. Harrison has a broad range of contentious and non-contentious experience, including commercial litigation on behalf of clients within the finance sector and international dispute resolution matters.

Mr. Harrison qualified as a solicitor at Latham in September 2011, having trained with the firm in the Public International Law Practice and Corporate, Finance and Litigation & Trial Departments.

Highlights of Mr. Harrison’s litigation and arbitration experience include advising: 

International Arbitration and Public International Law 

  • A multinational electric utility company in an ICC arbitration relating to the construction of a heat and electricity generating plant in Russia
  • A multinational oil and gas company in an UNCITRAL arbitration relating to the construction of onshore-offshore pipelines in Nigeria
  • A multinational pharmaceutical company in an ICC arbitration, relating to a joint venture in the Middle East
  • The Claimant in English court proceedings relating to the enforcement of an ICC arbitration award (Travis Coal Restructured Holdings LLC v Essar Global Fund Limited)
  • Counsel of the Claimant in an ICSID arbitration brought under a bilateral investment treaty, relating to the construction of a highway and the operation of a hotel and casino (Karmer v. The Republic of Georgia)
  • The claimant in Alapli Elektrik BV v. Turkey, an ICSID arbitration brought under the Netherlands-Turkey investment treaty and the Energy Charter Treaty relating to an electricity generation concession agreement
  • The Claimants in an ICSID arbitration under a bilateral investment treaty relating to the expropriation of a petrochemicals project in Venezuela
  • A multinational company on the application of the EU sanctions regime in respect of Libya
  • A Middle Eastern government on public international law human rights issues and potential claims in the United Kingdom and the United States
  • A multinational company facing potential debarment by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • A major international non-governmental organisation on the method of treaty negotiation and conclusion used in relation to the cluster munitions multilateral treaty, and potentially to be used in relation to a future multilateral treaty
  • A non-governmental organisation on dispute resolution clauses under EU Law

Litigation and White Collar Crime

  • Numerous international businesses on risk management issues, adequate procedures, jurisdictional and corporate structure issues, potential liabilities and risks arising from the Bribery Act 2010 and related anti-corruption guidance
  • An overseas bank in relation to a Serious Fraud Office investigation
  • A foreign company in response to a freezing order in the English Courts in the context of a US$200 million arbitration
  • A leading international development charity on various aspects of the law of defamation, in particular as it applies to charities and non-governmental organisations

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