Dan Wyatt > RPC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

RPC
TOWER BRIDGE HOUSE
ST KATHARINE'S WAY
LONDON
E1W 1AA
England
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Work Department

Civil Fraud; Commercial and Financial Disputes

Position

Dan Wyatt is an experienced commercial litigator with particular expertise in complex, international, high value civil fraud, crypto / digital asset, financial services, and shareholder/partnership disputes. His work is usually multi-jurisdictional, and frequently involves Former Soviet Union countries.

Dan advises on proceedings in all levels of the English courts, as well as on arbitration proceedings.

Clients have praised Dan’s “commercial pragmatism”, and noted that he is “personable and extremely responsive” and “has the ability to drive towards a solution to end the litigation rather than protracting it at great expense to both sides”. They have also noted that he “clearly identifies the key issues in complex, fact-heavy cases” and “has the ability to explain complicated issues in a very simple and easy to understand manner”. Dan has also been commended for his “good litigation sense with sound legal and tactical understanding and strong project management skills”.

Dan’s notable recent High Court cases include the following:

  • PJSC Bank “Finance and Credit” & Anr -v- Zhevago & Ors
  • Filatona & Deripaska -v- Navigator, Chernukhin, & Navio  
  • AS Latvijas Krajbanka (In Liquidation) -v- Antonov
  • Pyrrho Investments -v- MWB Property Limited & Ors

Career

Trained Dechert LLP; qualified 2011; Dechert 2011-2012; RPC 2012; promoted to Partner 2020.

Education

Clitheroe Royal Grammar School; University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (LLB); Northumbria University (Legal Practice Course)

Lawyer Rankings

London > Crime, fraud and licensing > Fraud: civil

(Next Generation Partners)

Dan WyattRPC

Alongside corporates, financial institutions and states, RPC acts for numerous ultra-high-net-worth individuals in a range of civil fraud matters. Its workload includes corporate investigations and the related disputes as well as crypto-fraud matters and cross-border mandates; Tom Hibbert‘s recent work involved African and CIS jurisdictions. Dan Wyatt is considered to be ‘bright and diligent‘, and Rupert Boswall is knowledgeable in the financial, technology, infrastructure and natural resources sectors. Former practice head Andy McGregor left for Allen & Overy LLP in early 2022.