Barrister Mobeen Rana

Mobeen Rana’s practice concentrates on corporate, commercial, banking and finance, petroleum and energy, intellectual property, shipping and maritime, real estate and telecommunication laws. He regularly advises and represents clients on complex high value commercial transactions.

He has advised some of the largest multi-national corporations including World Bank Group, Qatar Petroleum, Jamshoru Joint Venture Limited, Reuters, Johnson Controls, International Industries, US Denim Mills, IGI Insurance, Standard Chartered Bank, China National Heavy Machinery Corporation etc.

He worked with the World Bank Group based in Washington DC, USA for their Doing Business Project in Pakistan and other leading law firms. He is a member of the Bar of England & Wales, American Bar Association, American Society of International Law, Punjab Bar Council and Lahore High Court Bar Association. He is also a Member Conference Committee of London Liberal Democrats. He is the recipient of the prestigious National Talent Scholarship awarded by the Government of Pakistan.

Mobeen Rana is a Barrister-at-Law of Lincolns Inn, London and law graduate with LL.B (Hons) from University of London. He later earned his postgraduate qualification in law PGDL from City University London.

Key Transactions:

  • Advised Johnson Controls on business restructuring in Pakistan.
  • Advised International Industries Limited on international trade dispute concerning the imposition of antidumping and countervailing duties.
  • Advised China National Heavy Machinery Corporation on EPC Contracts worth USD 300 Million with a local sponsor.
  • Advised Reuters for the enforcement of supply and distribution contract with a local entity
  • Advised World Bank Group on the Doing Business Project in Pakistan for 2015 and 2016
  • Advising Thomson Reuters on the regulatory requirements of doing business in Pakistan
  • Advised Jamshoru Joint Venture Limited (JJVL) under the competition laws of Pakistan
  • Advising ICC Commission on Intellectual Property for development of international laws relating to Labelling and Packaging requirements.


  • Lending & Taking in Pakistan, Global Finance Practice Guide (PLC), 2015
  • Private Client Laws in Pakistan, Global Private Client Practice Guide (PLC),2015
  • Foreign Investments & Joint Ventures in Pakistan, (IR) 2016
  • Analysis on Oil & Gas Laws Development in Pakistan, (IR) 2016
  • Commercial Dispute Resolution in Pakistan, (IR) 2015
  • Merger Control Laws in Pakistan, (IR) 2015

Justice (Retired) Munir A Sheikh

Munir A Sheikh is a Justice (Retired) from the Supreme Court of Pakistan whose practice is focused on dispute resolution in cases involving corporate, commercial, finance, intellectual property, petroleum and energy and telecommunication laws. Prior to his elevation as a Judge he acted as a counsel in significant high profile cases. He regularly serves on the panel of arbitrators and acts as an expert arbitration counsel for various domestic and international arbitrations.

After his retirement, Munir A. Sheikh continued to maintain a distinguished track record. In 2008, he was appointed as a Federal Tax Ombudsman. Later in 2010 he was appointed as a Chairman, Antidumping Appellate Tribunal. He also served as a Chairman Board of Copyrights constituted under Intellectual Property Laws.

Munir A Sheikh passed his Bachelor of Laws (LLB) examination from Punjab University Lahore . Mr. Munir A. Sheikh is a member of Supreme Court Bar Association, Punjab Bar Council and Lahore High Court Bar Association.

Key Transactions:

  • Acted as an arbitration counsel for WAPDA against the African suppliers of transformers
  • Acting as a judge in an arbitration concerning beverages manufacturer against Unimex International Limited
  • Advised largest real estate developer on the enforcement of construction contract dispute with a local sponsor in Pakistan
  • Advising a chemical producer on the challenge brought against the competitor concerning the award of distribution contract.
  • Advising automobile parts manufacturer on the enforcement of supply and distribution contract with the automobile manufacturer.
  • Advising a power producer in arbitration concerning the claims worth USD 300 launched by the buyer under power purchase agreement


  • Co-authored Lending & Taking in Pakistan, Global Finance Practice Guide (PLC), 2014
  • Co-authored IP in Business Transactions, Global Finance Practice Guide (PLC) 2015
  • Co-authored Private Client Laws in Pakistan, Global Private Client Guide (PLC) 2016

Advocate MuhammadYounis

Mohammad Younis specializes in cases pertaining to corporate, commercial, banking and company laws with emphasis on the filing and approvals from regulatory bodies including Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, Competition Commission of Pakistan and Federal Board of Revenue Pakistan.

Muhammad Younis has advised clients from the multinational companies including Lotte Engineering & Construction, Franzen Landbouv C.V, IGI Insurance and on Technologies Inc. amongst others. He has also advised major financial institutions and banks for their commercial transactions in Pakistan.

Muhammad Younis is an Advocate High Courts of Pakistan and has previously served as Registrar of Companies with Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan.


Syed Rafique Shah has servered as a banking judge for over six years and has expertise in all banking & finance matters, specially enforcement of collaterals, bank guarantees, project financing where he decided serveral banking disputes. He is an advocate high court and completted his Law degree LLB (honors) from University of Punjab. He assists partnters in all banking and finance transactions. He is a member of Lahore High Court bar association and Punjab bar council.

Mujahid Bhatti is an Advocate High Court whose practice is focused on corporate, banking, taxation, energy and telecommunication laws. He assists Partners on broad spectrum of corporate & commercial transactions and represent firm's clients before tribunals and District Courts. He completed his Laws degree (LLB) from the Punjab Univesrity Lahore. Mujahid Bhatti is a member of Lahore High Court Bar Association, Tax Bar Association and Punjab Bar Council.

Afifa Butt is an Advocate High Court and specializez in energy, power projects and oil & gas exploration and prodution projects. She assists partners in matter relating to foreign investments, merges & acquisitions, joint ventures, compitition and project financing. She is a consultant with our firm.

Madiha Asim areas of practice include intellectual property, shipping and maritine and aviation. She assists Partners in legal research and drafting of commercial documents. She passed her undergraduate (BA (Hons) with majors in law, psychology, politics) and later obtained her postgraduate qualification (M. Phil) from Kinnaird College Lahore.