We are proud of our high standard of service and no nonsense approach - we punch hard & we punch straight. We fight intelligently on your behalf - covering angles that others don’t.Find Out More
Based in the City of Sheffield, we enjoy a good relationship with our regional, national and international clients, ferociously guarding their lawful interests, no matter what. We recognise the privilege of being a trusted advisor to our clients.
To us, practicing law is not ‘just business’, it’s personal too – We recognise that what we do for our clients has the potential to affect them personally. As a firm, we are tenacious and dynamic in our approach to practising the law. Whilst acting with integrity in all our dealings, we look for innovative ways of resolving our clients’ issues without being constrained by convention.
We provide advice on a range of corporate, commercial and civil legal issues, across all business sectors - no matter how complex the issue, you can trust us to deliver a high standard of service. With our significant experiences and expertise we are currently dealing with a range of medium to ultra-high value complex matters involving regulatory disputes in excess of multi million pounds.
Omid Khub is described as:
Straight talking legal advice – no matter how complex your matter.
Your best interests are at the heart of everything we do and at the forefront of our minds.
With our in-depth knowledge we are able to foresee your needs & with that in mind, carry out the necessary work only.
We strive to constantly deliver exceptional standards of service with the aim of minimising the impact of any dispute on your personal or business life.
Zakery Khub Solicitors is a trading name of Zakery Khub Solicitors Ltd which is a private limited company registered in England and Wales under company registration number 11251217 – Zakery Khub Solicitors are regulated and authorised by the solicitors regulation authority under SRA Number: 648155
The analysis of Adams and Avacade has now resulted in two different decisions by the Court of Appeal. For precise details of the difference, please refer to the records of our analysis of Adams and Avacade as presented to the Court of Appeal on 7 th and 8 th July 2021.