Jones Day promotes new partner in Perth

Daniel Chaney works with the global disputes practice

Jones Day promotes new partner in Perth
Daniel Chaney

Jones Day has promoted Daniel Chaney to partner in its Perth office.

Chaney works with the global disputes team. He has operated across Jones Day's offices in London and Madrid as well.

His practice covers commercial arbitration and litigation across various sectors, particularly the energy and resources sectors. He has a background in handling complex and high-value construction disputes.

Chaney's recent body of work includes claims related to the design and construction of iron ore and bauxite facilities in Australia and power and gas processing facilities in the Middle East. He has also handled matters related to a public-private partnership infrastructure project in the UK, drilling vessels in Singapore, and chemical processing facilities in Russia.

He has tackled issues like contractual termination, the applicability of liability caps, design warranty disputes, allegations of misleading conduct and negligence, and COVID-19 concerns.

Chaney has appeared before the International Chamber of Commerce, London Court of International Arbitration, Singapore International Arbitration Centre, and the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre.

Chaney was one of 51 new partners elevated across Jones Day’s offices worldwide. The other lawyers promoted are as follows:

  • Catherine E. Arney, Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, New York
  • Sarah Batley, Global Disputes, London
  • Joseph J. Boylan, State Attorney General Enforcement Investigations and Litigation, Los Angeles
  • Richard M. Brodsky, Business and Tort Litigation, Detroit
  • Katie Brown, Corporate, London
  • Caitlin K. Cahow, Business Restructuring and Reorganization, Atlanta and Chicago
  • Zhaoxia Chen, Corporate, Düsseldorf
  • Benjamin Chouka, Corporate, Irvine
  • Diana Y. Defino, Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, Pittsburgh
  • Kyle A. Diamantas, Health Care and Life Sciences, Miami and Washington
  • Benjamin L. Ellison, Business and Tort Litigation, Minneapolis
  • David J. Feder, Issues and Appeals, Los Angeles
  • James Fidler, Global Disputes, London and Singapore
  • Brian R. Grady, Corporate, Cleveland
  • Kenneth M. Grose, Business and Tort Litigation, Columbus
  • Brian K. Grube, Antitrust and Competition Law, Cleveland
  • Jonathan D. Guynn, Business and Tort Litigation, Dallas
  • Christopher A. Hall, Business and Tort Litigation, Chicago
  • Odeshoo Hasdoo, Antitrust and Competition Law, Chicago
  • Lillian He, Global Disputes, Shanghai
  • Deborah R. Huerta, Real Estate, Chicago
  • Yury Kalish, Intellectual Property, Washington
  • Anne Kerneur, Corporate, Paris
  • Michael W. Kobb, Financial Markets, New York
  • Dustin M. Koenig, Business and Tort Litigation, Columbus
  • Guillermo E. Larrea, Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection, Mexico City
  • Enrique A. Lemus, Labor and Employment, Dallas
  • Brinton Lucas, Issues and Appeals, Washington
  • Mohamed Mahjoubi, Energy, Dubai
  • Aaron S. Markel, Labor and Employment, Detroit
  • John J. Nogueras, Financial Markets, New York
  • Giuseppina Pagano, Financial Markets, Milan
  • Claire Pauly, Global Disputes, Paris
  • Flavia Poujade, Real Estate, Paris
  • Blanca Puyol Martínez-Ferrando, Corporate, Madrid
  • Justin T. Roland, Corporate, New York
  • Matthew Rubenstein, Issues and Appeals, Minneapolis
  • Jason P. Samblanet, Financial Markets, Cleveland
  • Natalia Sauszyn, Financial Markets, Paris
  • Emily Brandes Sawers, Corporate, Minneapolis
  • James R. Saywell, Issues and Appeals, Cleveland
  • David Schindelheim, Corporate, Cleveland
  • Krunal P. Shah, Financial Markets, Atlanta
  • Thomas L. Short, Financial Markets, Atlanta
  • Brian W. Sullivan, Financial Markets, Pittsburgh
  • Joseph C. Van Asten, Business and Tort Litigation, Dallas
  • Geoffroy van de Walle, Antitrust and Competition Law, Brussels
  • Caroline O. Van Wagoner, Business and Tort Litigation, San Diego
  • L. Matthew Waterhouse, Tax, New York
  • Robert A. Watts, Securities Litigation and SEC Enforcement, Atlanta

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