Fountain Court Chambers

London & Singapore

Daniel Carall-GreenCall Date: 2015

Daniel practises at the intersection between public and commercial law. His recent cases reflect this mix, spanning civil fraud, competition, financial regulation, professional discipline, transport, and public procurement. He is currently instructed by two different public authorities, as well as private persons and organisations, across these areas. He is also one of the contributing authors to the recent book Brexit and Financial Regulation.

Daniel has experience in legal practice in Singapore, Brussels, and London.

Before being called to the Bar, Daniel was a solicitor-advocate at Slaughter and May.

His recent highlights include:

  • Acting for the Financial Reporting Council in disciplinary proceedings against individual accountants and accountancy firms
  • Advising the Competition and Markets Authority in relation to competition enforcement proceedings
  • Representing London Underground Limited in two related public procurement challenges to a decision to award a major contract for new trains to Siemens
  • Acting for the claimant in a large fraud and conspiracy claim against a bank
  • Acting for the defendant in a claim involving multiple allegations of fraud and misconduct in Europe and Asia
  • Representing banks in relation to claims arising out of voice phishing and other scams

Areas of Expertise

  • Administrative & public law
  • Aviation
  • Banking & finance
  • Commercial dispute resolution
  • Company
  • Competition
  • Financial services
  • Fraud: civil
  • Professional discipline
  • Professional negligence

Other notable cases

At Fountain Court:

  • Acting for a professional services firm seeking to intervene in proceedings before the Supreme Court
  • Advising the settlor in a complex multi-jurisdictional family trusts dispute
  • Advising private and public bodies on questions of national sovereignty in airspace
  • Advising a large public body in an action for breach of contract against a provider of outsourced services
  • Acting for a regional business in an action against a supplier for abuse of dominant position
  • Advising solicitors on questions of champerty, maintenance, litigation funding, and the management of class actions
  • Advising the owners and managers of several businesses on questions of company law, contract, equity, unjust enrichment, civil fraud, criminal law, jurisdiction, and governing law following corporate deadlock
  • Defending financial institutions, professional services firms, and airlines against a variety of customer claims
  • Acting for financial institutions and professional services firms in a variety of claims against debtors

As a solicitor:

  • Acting for financial institutions in relation to competition, regulatory, and criminal investigations and related litigation in multiple jurisdictions arising out of alleged manipulation of certain industry benchmarks
  • Acting for a UK corporate in relation to the judicial review of a public authority’s decision to impose a fine for allegedly unlawful pricing practices
  • Advising a UK corporate on challenging the validity of certain UK legislation under European and human rights law
  • Advising a multinational on the potential state aid implications of certain non-legislative decisions taken by national tax authorities
  • Advising corporate and institutional clients on the potential implications of Brexit

Appointments, memberships and prizes

  • Megarry Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn, 2016
  • Horsfall Turner Prize, The Law Society, 2013
  • Placed first in year, BPP, 2012
  • Placed second in year, Oxford University, 2010
  • Congratulated by the examiners (first-class mark in every paper), Oxford University, 2010
  • Comparative Linguistics and Philology Prize, Oxford University, 2010
  • Proxime Accessit, Gibbs Prize for Philosophy, Oxford University, 2010
  • Roberts-Gawen Scholarship, Magdalen College, Oxford, 2008


The EU approach to authorisation” in Herbst, J, and Lovegrove, S (eds), Brexit and Financial Regulation (OUP, 2020)


  • 2012 – Legal Practice Course – BPP (Distinction)
  • 2012 – LLB – BPP (First)
  • 2010 – BA in Classics – Magdalen College, Oxford (First)


French (intermediate)


Daniel’s LinkedIn profile can be found here.

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