Hamidullah is an experienced Civil Litigation, Housing and Welfare Benefit Solicitor-Advocate with a wide and deep experience of court advocacy in the Civil Courts and Welfare Benefit Frist-tier Tribunals.
Possessed of a strategic mind and ability to formulate bespoke resolutions to clients’ needs, Hamidullah has for many years represented clients involved in commercial and residential property disputes including landlord and tenant, neighbour disputes, boundary disputes, contracts, negligence and trust matters. He is known for making an early assessment of cases, assembling what is required to succeed in contentious and non-contentious matters and knows how to recover monies effectively or mitigate damages exposure.
Hamidullah has also acted for clients with high-profile commercial/business disputes. He combines a commercial and practical approach and is always very approachable.
Hamidullah is the Solicitor to refer to when you are confronted with an unexpected crisis when clear thinking is needed to make sure that his clients’ interests prevail.
Hamidullah is also a tried and tested litigator before the Welfare Benefit First-tier tribunal in respect of appeals against the local authorities and the Department for Work and Pensions.
As a Solicitor-Advocate, he can appear in all Civil Courts. To date, he has had the following two notable cases that he has been heavily involved with.
- London Borough of Hackney –v- Haque  EWCA Civ 4
- Islam –v- Yap and Others  EWHC 3606 (QB) 3
Hamidullah has two young children who keep him busy when he is not at work. He loves all sorts of music and sports (in particular football) and did a lot of travelling.
Admitted to the Roll on 16-02-2009