Daniel Murphy > Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP > Birmingham, England > Lawyer Profile

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP
B3 3AL

Work Department

Daniel is a Principal Associate in Eversheds Sutherland's Financial Services Dispute and Investigations group and part of the Pensions Disputes team. He deals with disputes on behalf of financial institutions and pensions disputes, as well as providing advice to financial institutions on internal investigations and regulatory issues. His recent experience includes advising the trustee of a pension scheme in high value equalisation proceedings referred by the Court of Appeal to the Court of Justice of the European Union; advising the trustee of a pension scheme in the first substantive hearing of the Pensions Regulator's anti-avoidance powers before the Upper Tribunal; advising a leading bank on a significant internal investigation and remediation exercise; and handling complex high value professional negligence claims for financial institutions and trustees of pension schemes. Daniel regularly provides training to clients and other professionals. He has been recognised by Legal 500 for his handling of professional negligence claims and described as 'a very safe pair of hands' and 'very thorough and experienced'.


Principal Associate

Lawyer Rankings

London > Employment > Pensions: dispute resolution

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP fields ‘a technically astute, commercial, and very responsive and proactive team‘ that represents trustees, employers, administrators, life offices and banks , working closely with the firm’s non-contentious pensions practice to provide coverage of the waterfront of pensions disputes. The group is well-versed in construction and rectification proceedings, pensions mis-selling claims, judicial reviews of public sector pensions legislation, enforcement proceedings initiated by the regulator and internal investigations relating to governance. The group is also able to handle ancillary matters, such as disputes arising from data privacy issues. Taking the lead from London is Claire Carroll (provides ‘excellent tactical advice‘), who is experienced in professional liability cases, in addition to pensions disputes more broadly. Jennifer Miles, also in London, handles professional negligence claims for claimants and defendants, as well as issues before the pensions ombudsman and regulator. In Birmingham, Emma King focuses on liability risk reduction for legacy defined benefit pensions, as well as consolidating pension arrangements; while principal associate Daniel Murphy is active in rectification claims and professional negligence cases.