Our corporate practice covers a wide spectrum of sub-areas and activities both domestically and internationally. We advise clients on all corporate issues including incorporation, commencement, initial public offering (IPO), corporate governance, directors’ liability, securitization, Corporate Finance, Stock Exchange Listing, re-structuring, re-habilitation, SECP Compliance and litigation, mergers and acquisitions(M&A), spin-offs and winding-up.
We also handle litigation, incorporation and compliance related issues including preparation of Memorandum and Articles of Association; filing annual, periodical, and occasional statements; representing clients before the regulatory, administrative, and judicial authorities; and filing international memoranda wherever necessitated by laws.
In case you would like our assistance in a legal dispute entailing corporate law practice or just want us to opine on the balance of probabilities, do let Mughal Barristers know at your earliest convenience.
We have a strong and broadly based international commercial law practice. We have a team of lawyers who specialise in drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial agreements. These range from strategic alliances to substantial one-off contracts (e.g. outsourcing, systems management and project development agreements) to repeat contracts and umbrella contracts with sub contractors and suppliers. The commercial law team has a particular focus on the way in which products and services are brought to market and promoted and has considerable expertise in the fields of marketing, advertising and sponsorship.
Our aim is to always to add value to our clients’ businesses by assisting them to achieve their commercial objectives in the most practical way using our expertise and commercial awareness. We are particularly conscious of the need to protect and promote clients’ legal interests effectively in the context of urgent and sensitive commercial situations. Our team is familiar with the range of specialist issues which can arise in day-to-day commercial dealings, such as competition law issues and the need to protect intellectual property rights. We work closely with other experts in the firm and are used to drawing together a number of specialist issues to provide the effective overall legal solutions which deliver the commercial objectives.
Our expertise in commercial law also gives our clients a significant advantage in more complex corporate transactions and de-mergers as, increasingly, there is a need for advice on strategic business contracts in the context of a corporate deal, for example to deal with transitional services issues or on-going supply arrangements. Specialist commercial law expertise combined with sectoral experience results in an in-depth understanding of the key business issues which need to be managed from a legal perspective which can be particularly helpful to private equity houses and investment banks