Jared Dann is a Group Partner in the Dispute Resolution department in Jersey. He is a commercial litigator who advises on a range of commercial disputes. He specialises particularly in trust disputes and in matters involving fraud and asset tracing.
He was called to the Bar of England & Wales in 2007 (currently non-practising) and practised thereafter at the commercial and chancery Bar in London, before joining Appleby in October 2011.
He was admitted as an Advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey in December 2014.
Jared was recently recommended by Legal 500 UK 2016 and also in 2015 where he was recognised for being both “quick-thinking and confident.”
Examples of recent work include:
- Re A Fund, acting for a Jersey incorporated hedge fund, managed in Hong Kong, in connection with a shareholder dispute initiated by way of a petition for unfair prejudice. The matter was subsequently settled on confidential term
- Lloyds Trust Co v Fragoso and Gov’t of Mozambique  JRC 211, acting for the Government of Mozambique in a successful claim to recover the proceeds of bribery from a Jersey trust fund, in which the Royal Court endorsed for the first time the principle in AG for Hong Kong v Reid to the effect that the proceeds of bribery are held on a constructive trust for the defrauded principal
- In the Matter of A Trust  JRC 169A, acting for the beneficiaries in a successful application to remove a trust protector – the first reported decision in any jurisdiction in relation to the removal of a protector by reason of a breakdown in his relationship with the beneficiaries
- Acting for the trustee of a Jersey trust in connection with an attack on the trusts in the context of English matrimonial proceedings; acting for the beneficiaries of two trusts in connection with a dispute over the validity of settlement of assets into trust, and acting for the trustee of a Jersey charitable trust in the latest stage of a long-running dispute as to its operation
Inns of Court School of Law, London (England)
City University, London (England)
University of Oxford (England)
“[Jared] is quick-thinking and confident.”