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Capsticks LLP

1 ST GEORGE'S ROAD, LONDON, SW19 4DR, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 8780 2211
Fax:
Fax 020 8780 1141
DX:
300118 WIMBLEDON CENTRAL
Email:
Web:
www.capsticks.com

Daniel Purcell

Tel:
Work 020 8780 4784
Email:
Capsticks LLP

Work Department

Dispute resolution.

Position

Daniel has extensive experience of advising and representing the firm’s healthcare clients in complex disputes in the High Court and Appellate Courts. Daniel has developed particular expertise in the management of commercial disputes arising within the NHS context. He is a recognised leader in fraud response for public sector and healthcare bodies. Daniel has handled several high-profile and sensitive cases involving challenges to large-scale and sensitive procurements, as well as on PFI/PPP and LIFT projects. He advises on reputation management issues including libel litigation, pre-publication advice, and responding to and managing adverse publicity. As a solicitor-advocate, Daniel regularly appears before various tribunals. Notable cases include: Resolution of disputes between foundation trusts and PCTs arising under payment by results structure; resolution of disputes between foundation trusts and private medical insurer arising from allegations of fraud; and Enfield PCT and others v Rabindra-Anandh (2005).

Career

Trained Linnells, Oxford; qualified 1996; Ince & Co 1996-97; joined Capsticks 1997, partner 2002; solicitor advocate 2005 to date.

Member

Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers; Solicitors’ Association of Higher Court Advocates.

Education

University of Manchester (1993 LLB (Hons)); College of Law, York (1994 LPC, commendation).


London: Dispute resolution

Professional discipline

Within: Leading individuals

Daniel Purcell - Capsticks LLP

Within: Professional discipline

Capsticks LLP's team 'has strong expertise in this area and it has easy access to a broad knowledge base'. The regulatory division - led by Mark Whiting and John Witt and supported at partner level by Daniel Purcell, James Penry-Davey, Nimi Bruce and Hugh Giles - is well known for its professional discipline expertise in the healthcare and legal services markets. It has also been doing an increasing amount of work in the emergency services space (including police, fire and ambulance). It acted for the GDC in a complex case against a clinical dental technician, who was the subject of five different complaints over the standard of care provided to patients. Kate Steele and Mark Rogers were promoted to partner and consultant solicitor Genevieve Bushell and senior solicitor Keziah Pearson were hired from Bevan Brittan LLP and Blake Morgan LLP, respectively. Anna Holdsworth and Adelita Thursby-Pelham are notable associates.

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