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Mahbub & Company

Mahbub & Company’s ‘service is great’, providing ‘prompt responses’ and ‘outstanding industry knowledge’. Litigation and arbitration are the core areas of practice, while the firm’s employment expertise is also noted. Work highlights included reviewing and updating Sainsbury’s HR policies in light of labour rules implemented in 2015, and advising Mostafa Group on banking litigation and debt restructuring. Leading practitioner A. M. Mahbub Uddin is a renowned litigator with ‘immense all-round experience and a dynamic personality and work ethic’. The ‘sharp and dedicatedSaqeb Mahbub is also recommended.

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