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Civil and Commercial Litigation

The experience of our lawyers in contentious commercial and civil litigation spans over a number of decades. We regularly represent multinationals and local corporations before the Supreme Court, High Courts of Pakistan, the subordinate District Courts, Adjudication Tribunal of the State Bank of Pakistan and its Appellate Tribunal and before the Registrar of Copyright and Trademarks.

The spectrum of our litigation practice is predicated on diversity and includes representing clients in various areas of law including banking law, constitutional law, clinical negligence, foreign exchange law, intellectual property law and company law.

The lawyers at LMA are highly qualified and experienced and regularly provide comprehensive, multi-faceted advice on all stages of the litigation proceedings at hand. Our lawyers are also well regarded for their experience and ability to deal with cross-border litigation.

The firm has been involved in favorable High Court proceedings in the United Kingdom on behalf of Habib Bank Limited and dispute resolution in relation to Dubai based borrowers of Pakistani origin in the Emirate of Dubai with successful results.

The team of litigators at LMA, consisting of Barristers and Advocates, are highly respected by the judiciary as well as clients. LMA has also represented and successfully defended the State Bank of Pakistan in an action brought by the shareholders of KASB Bank Limited in respect of the amalgamation of KASB Bank Limited with and into Bankislami Limited under section 47 of the Banking Companies Ordinance, 1962.

The lawyers at LMA have also been involved in representing local and international clients in alternative dispute resolution proceedings in Pakistan under the domestic arbitration law as well as international arbitration forums.