Dan Langley has more than 15 years of experience as a chartered accountant, and extensive experience working with clients involved in complex commercial disputes.
Dan analyses and quantifies client claims, investigates, gathers and documents the relevant evidence, and prepares expert testimony where required. Dan has given evidence before International Chamber of Commerce (“ICC”) Tribunals in Paris.
Dan assists clients on matters across various industries, including information technology (“IT”), energy and utilities, engineering and construction.
Prior to joining StoneTurn, Dan worked in the Forensic Services practice of PwC. During this time, Dan spent two years based in San Francisco, supporting one of the largest investor-owned gas and electric utilities with ratemaking proceedings and capital project cost recovery.
Dan is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (“ICAEW”) and has been appointed as an Independent Expert to determine disputes under the terms of the ICAEW’s President’s Appointments Scheme.
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Q: Can you give an example of StoneTurn’s lean and efficient approach?
In London, we staff Litigation engagements from a small pool of highly-experienced testifying experts along with talented junior staff who have experience in the field. Our lean working structures ensure that our experts have hands-on involvement and are exposed to all of the issues in their assigned cases. This approach allows us to identify and address complex matters early on in proceedings and, in turn, optimize the efficiency and effectiveness of our work.
Q: Clients say they look to StoneTurn to be a trusted adviser. Can you describe how we serve in that role?
While working on each project, we seek to become a fully integrated part of the wider engagement team, willing and able to present our perspective and to translate that into practical and sensible tactical advice. Our clients and their representatives look to us not only to provide formal support to their dispute engagements, but also for informal advice. Circumstances permitting, we welcome the opportunity to make ourselves available for ad hoc conversations to bounce around ideas and to provide the benefit of our experience for overall strategy development. It is in large part due to this flexible and familiar approach that our clients come to consider us trusted advisers.
Q: What do you believe sets StoneTurn apart?
Speaking as a Litigation practitioner, StoneTurn’s team is distinguished by the combined experience and expertise of our people;, by our hands-on, lean and efficient approach to staffing assignments with experienced individuals; by our level of engagement with each dispute; and, as a result, by being reliable and easy to work with.