“…He is a safe and trusted pair of hands. He is excellent with clients and technically good. Hamed is happy to be contacted outside of formal instructions to provide advice and will provide a clear and pragmatic view on case prospects and strategy. He is a pleasure to deal with.”
An instructing solicitor
Hamed has a busy employment practice, dealing with all aspects of employment law but with a particular focus on discrimination and whistleblowing claims.
He enjoys a close working relationship with instructing solicitors and is happy to discuss cases outside of formal instructions to provide a view on case prospects and strategy. Hamed has been described by his instructing solicitors as ‘a pleasure to deal with’ and ‘unflappable in the face of difficulty’ and brings a measured approach to his cases, with solicitors frequently commending his client care.
Hamed is qualified to accept instructions under the Direct Public Access Scheme.
Hamed has an in depth understanding of the concerns and needs of his SME clients and advises them on a variety of commercial disputes. Recent examples of Hamed’s work in this area include:
Hamed also acts in insolvency and bankruptcy matters, including acting for trustees in bankruptcy and dealing with winding up petitions.