Practitioners have specialist knowledge applicable to complex and high value litigation, arbitration, other forms of alternative dispute resolution, multi-party cross border disputes and transactions relating to debt, security recovery, commercial frauds, money laundering, regulatory and fiduciary obligations, commercial documents, banking, financial transactions and contracts.
Expert knowledge extends to the laws of England, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and the European Union, and international law in investor protection disputes.
Examples of recent cases include:
ICC arbitrations concerning construction of a power station, sale of aircraft, joint venture for oil and gas production, joint venture in the pharmaceutical industry and sale of commodities.
LCIA arbitrations concerning corporate guarantees and multimodal transportation contract.
SIAC arbitrations concerning operations and maintenance of power stations, waste management and power generation.
ICSID arbitration representing a State against a foreign investor claiming expropriation of an investment contrary to a bilateral investment treaty.
LMAA arbitrations concerning charterparties, slot charter agreements, sale of vessels and breach of arbitration agreements.
Litigation over the funding of a shipping feeder service established between Singapore and Bangladesh, heard in both in the High Court of London and Bangladesh.
Consultants to a central bank, strengthening its regulatory and supervisory activities.
Advising and assisting in transactions including syndicated loans, project finance, sale of shares of a mobile phone operator, restructuring and sale of a bank, establishing branches and offices of multinational and other companies.