Faisal Saifee is a versatile and experienced commercial litigator with expertise in banking & finance, company and insolvency matters.

He has extensive experience in private international law issues and has been involved in litigation concerning jurisdictions such as New York, Norway, France, Germany and several East African countries. He regularly appears for clients in the High Court in London and is experienced in commercial arbitration, including the LCIA.

Faisal has gained considerable experience in complex and high-value trials. His litigation experience also includes several appearances before the Privy Council in matters concerning Mauritius, including Boolell v Mauritius [2006] UKPC 46; DPP of Mauritius v Hurnam [2007] UKPC 24; Dhooharika v DPP [2014] UKPC 11.

Faisal regularly advises clients and undertakes both drafting and non-contentious work. This includes drafting shareholders’ agreements, advising on a range of commercial contracts and setting up companies. He has undertaken a considerable volume of advisory work in Mauritius, having developed a close and clear understanding of the legal traditions of Mauritius.