The firm advised on the procedures and regulatory requirements in connection with the import and sale of medical devices in Pakistan. The issues on which the firm advised the client included requirements relating to licensing, registration and clinical trials of medical devices manufactured outside Pakistan.
Rana Sajjad, one of our firm’s Partners, spoke at the International Legal Ethics conference at Fordham University School of Law, New York. His talk was primarily about the legal education system in Pakistan in the broader context of legal ethics. He discussed effective methods including experiential learning for teaching legal ethics. Read More →
The firm is advising and representing a Kuwait-based technology company, through its subsidiary in Pakistan in a civil litigation matter in connection with payment dispute with a telecommunications company operating in Pakistan. The amount claimed by the client is around $14 million.
The firm advised a Japanese manufacturer of car navigation systems on Pakistan’s mapping and surveying laws in connection with issues involving regulatory compliance at each stage of the process for selling such systems in Pakistan.