Saba Naqshbandi

Call: 1996

"Composed, compelling and tenacious."

Legal 500

"The first choice for fire safety work."

Legal 500

"Strategically a master, making difficult decisions with ease."

Legal 500

"A very fearless advocate who is not cowed by a difficult case or difficult tribunal."

Chambers UK

"Her mastery of the detail, advice and advocacy are consistently excellent."

Legal 500

Instructing Saba

To instruct Saba please contact our Clerks on +44 (0)20 7400 6400 or email clerks@3rblaw.com.

Saba Naqshbandi practices in the areas of health and safety, inquests and inquiries and commercial crime.

Recognised in Chambers UK, The Legal 500, Who’s Who Legal UK Bar, Business Crime Defence, Criminal Fraud and Investigations and Lawyer Monthly.

Lawyer Monthly Investigations-UK Winner 2019.

Lawyer Monthly Business Crime Defence Lawyer of the Year UK 2018.

Legal Expertise

Health & Safety, Fire Safety & Regulatory Law overview

Saba advises and represents notable major companies and acts for enforcing authorities, including the HSE, fire and local authorities and the police nationally in both criminal proceedings, inquests and inquiries. Areas of specialisation include:

  • Fire safety
  • Data Protection and Freedom of information
  • Licensing
  • Gambling
  • Consumer protection
  • Environmental
  • Food safety
  • Trading standards

Notable Health & Safety, Fire Safety & Regulatory Law cases

R

Acting for a professional football club.

W

Acting for a prominent school.

Grenfell Tower

Acted for the LFEPA in the Public Inquiry into the deaths following the Grenfell tower fire.

New Look Retailers Plc

Prosecuted New Look Retailers for fire safety breaches at its flagship store in Oxford Street, London. First appeal under the RRO and the highest fine in fire safety of £450,000 imposed and upheld by the Court of Appeal.

Lakanal House

Acting for the fire authority in respect of the criminal investigation into the deaths of six people in a tower block in Southwark.

Anchor Trust

Acted for the LFEPA in the prosecution of a care home following a death from smoking. Subsequently acted for Surrey Fire and Rescue Service in a second prosecution of Anchor Trust following a fatality from smoking in a care home.

Adeyemi

Prosecuted landlord imprisoned for serious fire safety breaches discovered after a fire in which two people died.

Atomlynn and Douglas & Gordon

Represented the prosecution against a prominent London managing agents and the leaseholder for fire safety breaches. D&G fined £100,000.

C

Advised a chemical factory following a spillage; resolved without prosecution.

TSL

Acted for a large supermarket in relation to a prosecution.

Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust

Acted for the HSE following the death of a patient at a mental health hospital.

Hague Construction Limited

Acted for the HSE in relation to a fatality.

Erith Haulage

Acted for the HSE in relation to an incident resulting in serious injuries.

GB

Advised an individual regarding a health and safety investigation at a firing range. No enforcement action was taken.

KFC

Represented the company in relation to two health and safety prosecutions.

EI

Acted for a large corporate in relation to an appeal against a fire safety Enforcement Notice.

ESL

Acted for a corporate in relation to an appeal against a fire safety Prohibition Notice.

Inquests & Inquiries overview

Saba is an expert in high profile, sensitive inquiries.

She is an Assistant Coroner for Inner North London.

Current and previous cases include the Grenfell Tower Public Inquiry, the Inquests into the deaths following the London Bridge and Westminster terrorist incidents and the Public Inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko.

Saba is instructed by all participants including:

  • Companies
  • Charities
  • The police
  • Fire and other enforcement authorities
  • Families
  • Witnesses

Notable Inquests & Inquiries cases

London Bridge

Acted for the LFEPA following the deaths from the terrorist incident at London Bridge.

Westminster

Acted for the LFEPA following the deaths from the terrorist incident in Westminster.

Lakanal House

Acted for the fire in respect of the inquests into the deaths of six people in a tower block fire.

MG

Represented an employer supermarket following the death of an employee at work.

MP

Represented the BBC following the death of an individual after a dog attack.

Commercial Crime

Commercial Crime overview

A criminal specialist with a recognised reputation, Saba’s advice is sought both nationally and internationally and includes advising foreign Governments and Enforcement Authorities, corporates and individuals in multi-jurisdictional cases.

Areas of specialisation include:

  • Private prosecutions
  • Bribery & corruption
  • International crime
  • Mutual legal assistance
  • Fraud
  • Insider dealing
  • Money Laundering
  • Confiscation and restraint
  • Terrorism
  • Complex production orders

Notable Commercial Crime cases

SD

Represented an individual charged with bribery.

SEM

Successfully defended The Sport Entertainment and Media Group Limited and individuals in a private prosecution brought by a football agent, Anthony McGill.

W&C

Represented a company and director regarding alleged breaches of the Data Protection Act 1998.

Preko

Acted for the former banker of James Ibori.

Operations Weeting, Elvedon & Tuleta

Advised the Metropolitan Police specifically in relation to productions orders.

Al-Sanea

Advised in relation to criminal aspects of this substantial civil claim.

Rausing

Represented Hans Kristian Rausing following the death of his wife, Eva, in both the criminal proceedings and inquest.

James

Defended the personal interpreter to General Richards, Commander of forces in Afghanistan charged with offences under the Official Secrets Act and Wilful Misconduct in Public Office.

Skinner & Others

'Jubilee Line fraud' - defended in the longest ever criminal trial in which the defendant was acquitted.

Whiting

Junior counsel for the prosecution in the abduction and murder of Sarah Payne.

Professional Discipline overview

Healthcare: Saba acts for the General Dental Council.

Sports: Clients include UK Athletics and the Lawn Tennis Association. Additionally, she has experience as Chair of a Sports Appeal Panel.

Notable Professional Discipline cases

GDC v S

Presented a case for the General Dental Council where involving allegations of sexual assault where the dentist was erased from the register.

GDC v E

Advised the General Dental Council in relation to allegations of inappropriate claims and standards of care.

GDC v M

Advised the General Dental Council in relation to allegations of inappropriate claims, standards of care and record keeping.

GDC v F

Presented at a review hearing for the General Dental Council.

UKA v S

Presented a case for UK Athletics at both first instance and upon appeal against sanction regarding allegations of inappropriate personal relationships with young female tennis players by a coach.

UKA v S

Chair of an Appeals Panel in relation to the grant of a competition permit.

LTC v C

Acted as a legal adviser to the Lawn Tennis Association disciplinary panel.

Tax Appeals overview

Building on her criminal experience of Missing Trader Intra Community Frauds (“MTIC”), Saba acts for appellants before the First Tier Tax Tribunal.

Notable Tax Appeals cases

Option NTC v HMRC

Represented the company in its appeal to re-claim input tax of over £1.4 million.

Our Communications Plc v HMRC

Successfully represented the company in this appeal where over £9.5 million in VAT was recovered.

Fire Safety

R
Acting for a professional football club

W
Acting for a prominent school

Grenfell Tower
Acted for the LFEPA in the Public Inquiry into the deaths following the Grenfell tower fire.

New Look Retailers Plc
Prosecuted New Look Retailers for fire safety breaches at its flagship store in Oxford Street, London. First appeal under the RRO and the highest fine in fire safety of £450,000 imposed and upheld by the Court of Appeal
http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Crim/2010/1268.html

Lakanal House
Acting for the fire authority in respect of the criminal investigation into the deaths of six people in a tower block in Southwark

Anchor Trust
Acted for the LFEPA in the prosecution of a care home following a death from smoking.
http://www.london-fire.gov.uk/news/AC1B4F18D05A4D82B52979C6465BBFE5_Carehomeproviderslatedfordeathofelderlywoman.asp.
Subsequently acted for Surrey Fire and Rescue Service in a second prosecution of Anchor Trust following a fatality from smoking in a care home.

EI
Acted for a large corporate in relation to an appeal against a fire safety Enforcement Notice

ESL
Acted for a corporate in relation to an appeal against a fire safety Prohibition Notice

MC
Defended a care home following fire safety allegations

SSL
Defended the owners of a block of flats for fire safety breaches. Case kept in the magistrates’ court

HTO
Defended a sheltered housing provider following fire safety allegations

NE
Defended an individual for fire safety breaches. Case kept in the magistrates’ court

Adeyemi
Prosecuted landlord imprisoned for serious fire safety breaches discovered after a fire in which two people died

Atomlynn and Douglas & Gordon
Represented the prosecution against a prominent London managing agents and the leaseholder for fire safety breaches. D&G fined £100,000

Tesco Stores Plc
Acted for the prosecution in which the Company was fined £95,000 for fire safety breaches

De Havilland & Fox
Represented the prosecution in relation to multiple breaches of fire safety legislation by the landlord defendants. Each was sentenced to six months imprisonment

Sharma
Defended a hotelier charged with fire safety breaches. The prosecution was eventually dropped just before trial

City Centre Restaurants
Defended Frankie & Benny’s in respect of a fire safety prosecution

Health & safety

C
Advised a chemical factory following a spillage; resolved without prosecution

TSL
Acted for a large supermarket in relation to a prosecution

Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
Acted for the HSE following the death of a patient at a mental health hospital

Hague Construction Limited
Acted for the HSE in relation to a fatality

Erith Haulage
Acted for the HSE in relation to an incident resulting in serious injuries

GL
Acted for the HSE following the death of an employee at a printing works. Individual sentenced to 15 months imprisonment suspended for 2 years, a fine of £7500 and £45,000 in costs

EMRL
Acted for the HSE in relation to a fatality. Company fined £300,000 with costs of over £70,000
http://www.hse.gov.uk/press/2013/rnn-ldn-emr-ltd.htm

MB
Acted for HSE prosecuting a builder charged with dangerous gas fitting to a boiler

GB
Advised an individual regarding a health and safety investigation at a firing range. No enforcement action was taken

SG
Successfully represented a pub company in two separate health and safety cases with prosecutions in both cases not proceeded with

KFC
Represented the company in relation to two health and safety prosecutions

Licensing & Gambling

Clients include: Murano, City Cruises, Kensington Roof Gardens/Virgin Limited Edition, Rochelle Canteen, The Department Store, Drop Wine, Madame JoJos, Aspers, Grillshack, Dirty Martini, Bills, Cote, Honest Burgers, Subway, The Bedford, The Gambling Commission

Inquests & Public Inquiries

Grenfell Tower
Acted for the LFEPA in the Public Inquiry into the deaths following the Grenfell Public Inquiry

London Bridge
Acted for the LFEPA following the deaths from the terrorist incident at London Bridge

Westminster
Acting for the LFEPA following the deaths from the terrorist incident in Westminster

Alexander Litvinenko
Acted for the Metropolitan Police Service in the Public Inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko
https://www.litvinenkoinquiry.org/

Lakanal House
Acted for the fire authority in respect of the inquests into the deaths of six people in a tower block fire
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-21964325

MG
Represented an employer supermarket following the death of an employee at work

MP
Represented the BBC following the death of an individual after a dog attack

Olaseni Lewis
Represented the Metropolitan Police Service in the inquest http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-23943229

Ashraf Amrani
Represented the Metropolitan Police Service in the inquests of three people: son, father and mother
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-31487347

Ambrose Ball
Acted for the Metropolitan Police Service in the inquest into the death of a man who went missing for three months

Chevonea Kendall-Bryan
Acted for the Metropolitan Police Service in this inquest into the death of a 13 year old girl
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/girl-13-slipped-and-fell-to-death-while-begging-boy-to-delete-video-tape-8450573.html

HH
Represented a hospital following the death of a patient

MG
Represented an employer following the death of an employee

DJ
Represented a care home following the death of a resident

DP
Acted for a sheltered housing provider following the death of a resident

KM
Acted for a care home following the death of a resident

MD
Acted on behalf of a mother in the inquest into the death of her son

Sahar Daftary
Represented the family in this inquest into the death of a young woman
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-18976878

SM
Acted for the employer of a woman in an inquest where the verdict was suicide

Crime / Fraud & Financial Regulation

SD
Represented an individual charged with bribery

SEM
Successfully defended The Sport Entertainment and Media Group Limited and individuals in a private prosecution brought by a football agent, Anthony McGill http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-34312416

W&C
Represented a company and director regarding alleged breaches of the Data Protection Act 1998

Preko
Acted for the former banker of James Ibori http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/12/09/us-britain-banker-corruption-idUSBRE9B80OE20131209

Operations Weeting, Elvedon & Tuleta
Advised the Metropolitan Police specifically in relation to productions orders

Al-Sanea
Advised in relation to criminal aspects of this substantial civil claim

PS, BJ
Advised two individuals facing separate investigations into carbon trading

Rausing
Represented Hans Kristian Rausing following the death of his wife, Eva, in both the criminal proceedings and inquest
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-19078646

Ali
Represented a seriously mentally ill patient in relation to complex confiscation proceedings and separate fraud proceedings. Confiscation significantly reduced by the Court of Appeal

Asil Nadir
Advised a partner of BDO Stoy Hayward, a witness in the trial of Asil Nadir

T
Represented a family in relation to a substantial cash seizure and forfeiture proceedings

Westwood & Westwood
Defended two Directors charged with conspiracy to steal. The case was eventually dropped by the prosecution

Uberoi
Defended a dentist charged with insider dealing
http://www.fsa.gov.uk/pages/Library/Communication/PR/2009/149.shtml

James
Defended the personal interpreter to General Richards, Commander of forces in Afghanistan charged with offences under the Official Secrets Act and Wilful Misconduct in Public Office
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7754981.stm

Skinner & Others
‘Jubilee Line fraud’ – defended in the longest ever criminal trial in which the defendant was acquitted
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/4373461.stm

Theobald
Represented the financial director of a company acquitted of a complex £30 million VAT/MTIC fraud

Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis v The Sun
An expert in complex production order applications, this was a successful application on behalf of the police seeking footage relating to Amy Winehouse

Raja & Others
Represented the first defendant at trial, an 18 year old school boy convicted under the Terrorism Act 2000. The conviction was subsequently quashed by the Court of Appealhttp://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/7242724.stm

Devani
Represented a solicitor charged with perverting the course of justice
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/5106672.stm

Ocampo
Defended in the largest Columbian importation trial in the UK in which the defendant was acquitted

Whiting
Junior counsel for the prosecution in the abduction and murder of Sarah Payne
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/1701742.stm

Tax Appeals

Option NTC v HMRC
Represented the company in its appeal to re-claim input tax of over £1.4 million

Our Communications Plc v HMRC
Successfully represented the company in this appeal which recovered over £9.5 million in VAT

Professional Discipline

GDC v S
Presented a case for the General Dental Council where involving allegations of sexual assault where the dentist was erased from the register

GDC v E
Advised the General Dental Council in relation to allegations of inappropriate claims and standards of care

GDC v M
Advised the General Dental Council in relation to allegations of inappropriate claims, standards of care and record keeping

GDC v F
Presented at a review hearing for the General Dental Council

UKA v S
Presented a case for UK Athletics at both first instance and upon appeal against sanction regarding allegations of inappropriate personal relationships with young female tennis players by a coach

UKA v S
Chair of an Appeals Panel in relation to the grant of a competition permit

LTC v C
Acted as a legal adviser to the Lawn Tennis Association disciplinary panel

Instructing Saba

To instruct Saba please contact our Clerks on +44 (0)20 7400 6400 or email clerks@3rblaw.com.

Health & Safety / Fire Safety

“Composed, compelling and tenacious.” Legal 500

“Her client-handling skills are really impeccable and her advocacy is first-rate.” Chambers UK

“A strong barrister with exceptional knowledge of fire safety law.” Legal 500

“The first choice for fire safety work.” Legal 500

“A very fearless advocate who is not cowed by a difficult case or difficult tribunal.” “She really knows the area inside out.” Chambers UK

“Strategically a master, making difficult decisions with ease.” Legal 500

“Precise and persistent as an advocate. You can just depend on her for the right view.” Chambers UK

“Recognised in the health and safety market for her extensive work and particular expertise in the fire safety space.” Chambers UK

“A criminal barrister with a notable regulatory practice.” “Clever, hard-working and thorough, she is very diligent and quite a tough prosecutor.” Chambers UK

Inquests & Public Inquiries

“She’s straight-talking, clear-thinking and knows what is in the client’s best interests.” Chambers UK

“She’s very experienced, fantastic with clients and very good tactically.” Chambers UK

“A seriously impressive senior junior who leaves nothing to chance.” Legal 500

“She has impeccable attention to detail, leaving no stone unturned, and is extremely client-friendly.” Legal 500

“She has an excellent manner with clients, a commanding presence and a nice style. Her attention to detail is first-rate and she is able to get up to speed very quickly. She is especially impressive when technical medical evidence is involved.” Chambers UK

“Brilliantly friendly with clients and solicitors but she also has a very strategic mind and an excellent grasp of the law.” Chambers UK

“An excellent junior, she is very intelligent and hard-working, and a pleasure to work with.’ ‘She’s really thorough and well prepared, excellent on her feet and great on the detail in terms of her written work.” Chambers UK

“She is very intelligent and hardworking, and a pleasure to work with.” Legal 500

Crime / Financial Crime / POCA

“Offers sharp strategic insight and has a very calm and reassuring manner. She really whittles down the facts to the key issues.” Chambers UK

“A junior highly regarded for her expertise in fraud, bribery and money laundering cases.” Chambers UK

“Her mastery of the detail, advice and advocacy are consistently excellent.” Legal 500

“Very polished and very versatile.” Chambers UK

“Has an impressive practice.” “She is an incredibly thorough practitioner, who is smart and absolutely charming with judges. She focuses judges’ minds on the points they need to focus on and is very adept at dealing with clients.” Chambers UK

Extremely user-friendly, sharp, quick and to-the-point, making her a pleasure to work with Legal 500

“She is very experienced and good at sensitive criminal cases.” Chambers UK

“Excellent tactical judgement” “a reassuring presence.” Legal 500

Licensing

An accomplished advocate, who frequently advises well-known operators and is called on to appear in challenging tribunal hearings.

“Presents attractive and authoritative arguments in court.”

“She is very good with tribunals, has an ice-cool temperament and is very articulate.” Chambers UK

“One of the leading licensing juniors.” Legal 500

“She is a super advocate and is very, very clever.” “Her detail is second to none and she is very popular with clients.” Chambers UK

“She has an incredible eye for detail and her preparation is a work of art.” Chambers UK

“Professional, diligent and extremely personable, she has great presence before licensing committees and in the courtroom, and is extremely popular with the client.” Chambers UK

“The ‘outstanding ‘Saba Naqshbandi has ‘a wealth of experience’ in the area.” Legal 500

“Fantastic, very knowledgeable on legislation, gives good practical advice and is always easy to get hold of.” Chambers UK

“Saba Naqshbandi is ‘very bright, hardworking, dedicated and good with clients. She is very persuasive, yet measured. Her written work and her advocacy are both top class’.” Legal 500

Sports Law

“The intelligent and practical Saba Naqshbandi enters the tables this year as one to watch. She is carving something of a niche in coach discipline matters.” Legal 500

  • Association of Regulatory & Disciplinary Lawyers
  • Criminal Bar Association
  • Health & Safety Lawyers Association
  • Middle Temple International Committee
  • LLM (Distinction), University College London (1995)
  • LLB (Hons), University College London (1994)
  • The Guide to Sanctions’ (GIR) – full publication available here (2020)
  • Featured in the Middle Temple Exhibition Celebrating a Century of Women in Law (2019)
  • Author of the online Westlaw Encyclopaedia for ‘Health & Safety in Sport’ (2012-)
  • Author of the online Westlaw Encyclopaedia for ‘Licensing: Hearings’ (2012-)
  • Author of the online Westlaw Encyclopaedia for ‘Gambling: Appeals’ (2012-)
  • Assistant Coroner for Inner North London (2019-)
  • Board of Governors, The Expert Witness Institute (2019-)
  • Bencher of the Middle Temple (2016)
  • Middle Temple Bencher Selection Advisory Committee (2016-)
  • Bar Council International Committee Member (2016-2017)
  • Middle Temple Membership Committee Member (2014-)
  • Chair of the Annual Bar Conference (2013)
  • Vice Chair of the Annual Bar Conference (2012)
  • Co-Chair of the Criminal Law Committee of the International Bar Association (2009-2012)
  • Elected Committee member of the Criminal Bar Association Committee (2009-2012)
  • Court of Arbitration of Sport Pro Bono Lawyers Panel
  • General Dental Council Panel of Advocates
  • Middle Temple Advocacy Trainer
  • Specialist Advocate in Health & Safety and Environmental Law (A Panel)

Awards

  • International Crime Lawyer of the Year – Corporate LiveWire Global Awards (2019)
  • Best Barrister of the Year in Regulatory Compliance & Criminal Law – United Kingdom Global 100 (2019)
  • Crime Defence Lawyer of the Year UK, Women in Law, Business, Lawyer Monthly (2019)
  • Criminal Lawyer of the Year, Lawyer Monthly (2014)
  • Women in Law Awards, Lawyer Monthly (2014)

Languages

  • French (conversational)
  • Urdu (conversational)

I, Saba Naqshbandi, am a data controller and can be contacted at 3 Raymond Buildings, Gray’s Inn, London WC1R 5BH or by telephone on 020 7400 6400 or by email at saba.naqshbandi@3rblaw.com. My Data Protection Policy can be found below.

All personal data that I process is for the purposes of providing legal services, conducting conflict-checks, marketing, defending potential complaints, legal proceedings or fee disputes, keeping anti-money laundering records, training other barristers and pupils and when providing work-shadowing opportunities, and/or exercising a right to a lien. The types of data I process vary upon the nature of the legal matter in relation to which I am engaged to advise, but can include names, contact details, biographic details and ‘special category personal data’ (such as details of racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, health, sex life and criminal convictions and proceedings).

Depending upon the circumstances of the case, the legal bases upon which I process personal data are (i) the performance of a contract to which the data subject is a party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract, (ii) the processing is necessary to comply with legal obligations to which I am subject, or (iii) the processing is necessary for the legitimate interests set out above, except where such interests are overridden by the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subjects which require protection of personal data, in particular where the data subject is a child. When I rely on (iii) legitimate interests, my ‘Legitimate Interests Assessment’ can be found here. When I process data which has not be obtained directly from the data subject (e.g. personal data contained in evidential materials), it will have been supplied to me as part of my instructions in circumstances covered by legal professional privilege.

Depending upon the circumstances of the case, I may share the personal data with:

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  3. my lay and professional clients;
  4. potential witnesses, in particular experts, and friends or family of the data subject;
  5. solicitors, barristers, pupils, mini pupils and other legal representatives;
  6. ombudsmen and regulatory authorities;
  7. current, past or prospective employers;
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  9. business associates, professional advisers and trade bodies.

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Data Protection Policy

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