Saqib drives KhanMather’s strategic vision and manages client relations.
Before KhanMather, Saqib had worked for a number of excellent UK based law firms where he developed an innate and technical knowledge of the defendant insurance industry. This knowledge has allowed the firm to obtain fantastic results for our personal and business clients.
Saqib has a keen interest in the ever-expanding area of Data Protection and Freedom of Information which is a very complex area and a particularly hot topic at the moment especially in light of the introduction of General Data Protection Regulation (affectionately known as the ‘UK GDPR’) in 2018, Data Protection Act 2018, Brexit and the impact upon international trade relations.
When he is not at work, Saqib is a keen sportsman and loves to watch and play football and rugby. Saqib is in the process of improving his own fitness following a serious car accident and is hoping to be a regular gym attendee. He has three young children who take up most of his time and on the odd occasion when he is not doing any of the aforementioned, he also enjoys spending time socialising with family and friends. It is worthy of note that he has recently taken up Clay Pigeon Shooting and is hoping to join a local shooting club so as to hone his gun skills.
What Clients Say About Saqib Khan
- “Saqib Khan is straight-talking, intelligent and well reasoned in his arguments. He is an excellent ambassador for the profession that he represents.”
- “A well-led team with Saqib Khan at the top of the pyramid. Strong desire to succeed, deliver and be the best at what they do. Quick, efficient service with great advice and experts at what they do.”
- “We are given the ‘Rolls Royce’ treatment.”
- “An amazing Solicitor who is approachable and very easy to talk to.”
- “A Legend!”
- “The KhanMather team is extremely well-led by Saqib Khan; this team is exceptionally approachable putting one at ease and explaining things in layman’s terms.”
- Khan v Williams Motor Company (Holdings) Ltd (Subject Access Request)
- Dix v Townend & Frizzell Financial Services (Champerty and Maintenance)
- Tideswell v Lally (Technical Arguments re CFA and CFA Lite)
- Stevenson v Blue Anchor Leisure Ltd (CPR Part 18 Questions)
- Jenkins v Young Brothers Transport Ltd (Assignment and Novation)
- Garrett v Halton Borough Council (Funding)
- O’Beirne v Hudson (Costs Reasonableness)
- ‘A Compelling Case for Change’ Solicitors Journal on the Final Jackson Report (2010)
- A ‘Legal 500’ Recommended Lawyer 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022
- Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England & Wales
- Law Society of England & Wales
- Law Society of Northern Ireland
- Law Society of Ireland
- Professional Negligence Lawyers Association
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