Jhangir Mahmood has been a solicitor since 1991 and is a director of Bishop Lloyd and Jackson. He is a specialist in Civil and Commercial Litigation. He has worked on a variety of complex cases including:
R v Khan: This was a complex fraud case in the Crown Court where he worked with William Clegg QC (a part-time Old Bailey Judge), Sir John Morris QC (former UK Attorney General), and Delloittes. The Defendant was accused of concealing company profits in sham offshore companies, false accounting and non-payment of PAYE. The matter proceeded to a 2 month trial which was successfully defended.
Gulfstream v Rochas: This international commercial litigation matter was arbitrated in the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA).
Jhangir has dedicated himself over the years to working for tenants living in appalling conditions and has had some notable successes against various landlords including local authorities and housing associations. He has also acted in class actions on behalf of Residents’ Associations.
Andrew is a barrister, called to the Bar in 2008. He is a tenant of Nexus Chambers and also offers advice and representation via Direct Access.
Whilst not employed by Bishop Lloyd & Jackson, Andrew plays an integral role in the firm’s work, providing advocacy for many of our clients.
His advocacy skills are exceptional and this has allowed us to ensure a high level of success in our cases.
Andrew is the proprietor of The Legal Lifeline, a service offering fixed price legal advice to members of the business community.
Graniah is a hard working and dedicated trainee solicitor. She is conscientious and committed, embodying the firm’s philosophy of going that ‘extra mile’ for clients.
Anna is a bright and hardworking member of the team. She is excellent at organising the office and providing casework support so that cases are progressed efficiently.