Shugufta has been a dual qualified lawyer for over 12 years and is trained in both contentious and non-contentious legal matters, and has a wide exposure to litigation as well as extensive commercial exposure to highly complex litigation and arbitration issues, including finance and merchant disputes, construction litigation, corporate disputes, trade mark litigation and alternative dispute resolution as well as contested Probate. One of her recent Contested Probate cases reached the High Courts and set a precedent in Law.

She has also resolved some high-profile cases against industry giants, such as Hewlett Packard, Procter and Gamble and Unilever. She has an acute eye for detail when it comes to Trade Mark registration and Disputes, and is known for achieving quick resolutions for her clients.

Moreover, Shugufta has developed an expertise in employment litigation and HR support. Shugufta is known for achieving settlements and closing matters in an efficient and diligent manner. Shugufta also has a practical approach to legal matters having worked with high net-worth individuals and celebrities, who have commended her on her no-nonsense approach.

Shugufta has also advised on corporate contracts with large multinational companies including franchising agreements, merchant facility contracts and distribution agreements for national and international trade, including Europe, the US and the Middle East.

  • Footballers and Coaches
  • High net-worth individuals and celebrities
  • Large retailers across food, fashion and jewellery; National and International
  • Marketing companies
  • Energy companies
  • Companies providing services in the travel, tourism and leisure industries
  • Textiles Companies
  • Suppliers to local government and NHS
  • Merchant facility companies
  • Care Homes
  • Supermarkets
  • Directors and shareholders
  • Engineering and tooling firms.
  • High Value Trade Mark dispute settlements with Industry names.
  • High Court Contested Probate cases reported in The Law Reports.
  • Successfully setting up all HR related processes for an International Supermarket chain including drafting all Staff Contracts, Staff Handbooks and Health and Safety manuals, as well as imposing sickness policies to limit financial loss to the organisation assisting in saving the company in several hundred thousands of pounds.
  • Resolving high value merchant facility disputes.


  • Kebbehv Farmer [2015] EWHC 3827 (Ch) (23 December 2015)
  • The case can be found here:

Mrs. H. Kebbeh -and- N. Farmer & Others

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  • Staffordshire University, LPC
  • Staffordshire University, BA (Hons) LLB

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