Daniel Leveson is a Registered Foreign Lawyer in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice in Mayer Brown's Hong Kong office. His practice includes working on a broad range of both general commercial dispute resolution and construction disputes, advising multinational corporates, contractors, consultants and insurers.


  • Acting for a university against in a dispute against, inter alia, a leading professional consultant firm in relation to defective cladding works of a flagship campus building. 
  • Acted for a company specialising in the production and laying of bituminous materials in relation to a multi-party litigation in the High Court. 
  • Acted for a university in relation to the collapse of a roof structure on one of its campus buildings. 
  • Acted for a multinational chemical company in an ICC arbitration against its contractor arising out of the design and construction of a process plant facility in Finland.
  • Acted for a Central American government agency in relation to a number of ICC arbitrations arising out of the design and construction of a major maritime project
  • Acted for a claimant contractor in relation to a series of subrogated recovery claims arising out of a defective façade dispute.
  • Acted for a Korean multinational conglomerate in a LCIA arbitration in relation to a claim arising out of the rehabilitation and development of an oil field in Iraq.
  • Acted for a contractor and its insurer on allegedly defective cladding and related issues at a hospital and advising on a claim.
  • Acted for various contractors and insurers in relation to claims relating to defective cladding.
  • Acted for an international construction consultancy in relation to its exposure to risk arising from the provision of a certificate of practical completion.
  • Acted for a property consultant in defending a claim in the High Court relating to a fire damaged Grade I listed property.


  • England and Wales