Areas of Expertise
David covers both contentious and non-contentious matters.
The main area of David’s practice is dispute resolution with a focus on commercial fraud investigations. He acts for companies and businesses within and outside the UK in many of the ‘offshore’ jurisdictions. His clients include; companies, government bodies, housing associations, military, regulators and private individuals.
David’s practice includes claims and disputes concerning commercial fraud (particularly injunctive relief), tax investigations (COP9/COP10), professional negligence, insolvency litigation, asset tracing, debt recovery, shareholder and other corporate disputes and money laundering issues. More recently, David has seen a rise in client’s seeking advice on cryptocurrency related fraud.
David’s non-contentious work covers commercial property and strategic land acquisition, regulatory guidance and company commercial work.
Prior to joining Devonshires, David was heavily involved in the fallout from the Icelandic banking collapse and conducting litigation in the UK, Iceland, Luxembourg, France and the Channel islands.
David also worked in-house at a litigation funder. His role was to assess applications, execute contracts, secure ATE insurance and monitor multi-million pound funding in the UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand, the team successfully deployed and profited from over £30 million in funding.
Cryptocurrency fraud is rising and so is litigation. Published 31 August on the Devonshires website.
David has spent much of personal life playing, watching and coaching rugby at various levels. His recent successes have come not with a ball in hand but a whistle, as a qualified international tag rugby referee. David is a keen traveller and has fond memories of the cherry blossoms in Japan, climbing Mount Kinabalu, the Lions tour of New Zealand and scuba diving in the Gili Islands.
London Commercial Junior Barrister
"Having Devonshires on board has made such a difference. I simply couldn't have handled this case outside court alone. Whilst still a miscreant, the respondent’s solicitor ceased his previous attempts at intimation as a result of David Pack attending court, and it was possible to arrange for the documents to be signed outside court, which simply wouldn't have been possible without Devonshires on board. Philip Barden also kept the pressure on over the last few days to help achieve a brilliant result in court, including a large costs award against the other side". - London Commercial Junior Barrister