Ms Lydia Danon > Cooke, Young & Keidan LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Cooke, Young & Keidan LLP
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Work Department

Dispute Resolution; Litigation; Banking Litigation; Fraud: Civil; Partnership; International Arbitration




Trainee Solicitor and Solicitor at IBB Solicitors (2005 to 2009); joined Cooke, Young & Keidan in 2009 as an Associate, then Senior Associate and made Partner in 2017.


Law Society of England and Wales; London Solicitor Litigation Association; International Bar Association; Commercial Fraud Lawyers Association and the Association of Partnership Practitioners.  

Lawyer Rankings

London > Crime, fraud and licensing > Fraud: civil

(Leading individuals)

Lydia DanonCooke, Young & Keidan LLP

Boutique firm, Cooke, Young & Keidan LLP, boasts a large volume of fraud-related work, handling domestic and multi-jurisdictional matters from corporate and private clients alike. The team is bolstered by the expertise of Sinead O’Callaghan, who specialises in fraud within the financial sector, in addition to Lydia Danon, whose wide expertise extends to crypto. Highly commendable lawyers Natalie Todd  and Jon Felce are also integral to the offering.

London > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: premium

(Leading individuals)

Lydia DanonCooke, Young & Keidan LLP

Boutique firm Cooke, Young & Keidan LLP specialises in commercial, corporate, and financial related litigation, acting for a roster of clients which includes a number of FTSE 100 companies. Tech related work is an increasing focus for the team, including many high-profile matters in the fintech and cryptocurrency area. The practice has continued to grow on the back of the arrival of Jon Felce and Natalie Todd from PCB Byrne LLP in April 2022. Other key practitioners in the team include Sinead O’Callaghan, Lydia Danon and Stephen Elam.

London > Dispute resolution > Banking litigation: investment and retail

Boutique Cooke, Young & Keidan LLP has an established financial dispute resolution team, acting against a wide range of major banks and financial institutions. Crypto-related disputes are a mainstay of the practice, with the team recently representing Bitfinex in a major crypto case. Mis-selling, fraud, and breach of contract claims all serve as further strengths of the practice. Sinead O’Callaghan has particular expertise in financial sector linked litigation, frequently advising retail and investment banks as well as leading domestic and international institutions. Stephen Elam has broad experience in global derivatives, allowing him to act on vastly complex financial disputes. Jon Felce, Lydia Danon, and Natalie Todd are highly active in this space.