Kimberly Lowe

Leaders in Law endorses Kimberly Lowe as our exclusively recommended Corporate Law expert in Minnesota, USA. If you wish to get in touch with Kimberly use the contact information provided above.

For over 20 years I have lawyered from the trenches with experience based on a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of how both for-profit and nonprofit enterprises operate. I guide entrepreneurs, executive management teams, boards of directors, multigenerational families, shareholders and investors through all aspects of the business life cycle from formation to operation to exit.

I provide legal services to many sectors of the economy. I work with social ventures, private and public companies, limited liability companies and partnerships, nonprofit organizations and cooperatives. I help my clients navigate through general business matters, corporate governance, debt and equity financing, purchase and sales, SEC and IRS compliance, business strategy joint ventures and complex reorganizations.

I bring an extensive set of entity and contract tools to help business owners, managers and families navigate through the succession of a business from one or more owner/operators to the next set of owners, with special attention to professional service businesses that may or may not be outright salable.

In the nonprofit sector, I have worked with all types of organizations ranging from public charities and private foundations to trade associations, churches and religious organizations and have counseled them through every intricacy of the nonprofit business life cycle.

In addition to deep legal experience, I bring a breadth of leadership experience to the table for all my clients regardless of sector, purpose or goals. I serve a diverse group of clients on matters involving Benefit Corporations, Business Corporations, Business Strategy and Complex Succession Planning, Cooperatives, Corporate Governance, Debt and Equity Financing, Joint Ventures and Complex Reorganizations, Limited Liability Companies, Partnerships and S Corporations, Non-Profit and Tax-Exempt Organizations, Purchases and Sales of Businesses, SEC and IRS Compliance, Social Enterprises, Private and Public Companies and Employment Law.

Most importantly, I was voted Best Hair in high school and my dogs, Betty and Daisy, love to hang out with me while I work at Avisen Legal’s St. Paul location.

“Helping businesses and the people who own or operate them allows me to do what I enjoy for the benefit of others. I am more than a little nerdy, digging deep to solve complex problems for the benefit of my clients lets me flex my inner nerd.”

Client Feedback

“You will find Kim to be one of the most pragmatic, straightforward and competent lawyers you’ve ever met. Kim is the kind of attorney who nerds out over crafting statutes and standards but also has a personality. She is amazing and super well respected. Her firm Avisen helps taxable and tax-exempt entities so she’s well versed.  If you need a source to refer out to, I can’t think of a more capable attorney than Kim.” -Jessica Birken

Kim has laid the groundwork for social business to thrive in Minnesota. She serves as an unmatched thought leader in Minnesota when supporting innovative business models, and it is because of her leadership that my company, Fair Anita, has been able to incorporate as a Public Benefit Corporation. She has provided incredible ideas, connections, and legal counsel, and I am forever grateful for her support. She brings passion and energy to every project, which makes working with her an absolute delight. I highly recommend Kim as the premiere lawyer in the Twin Cities, and I look forward to working with her in the future.” – Joy McBrien, Women’s Rights Advocate and Entrepreneur

Bio: Link to Kimberly Lowe Biography

Blog: Link to Kimberly Lowe Blogs

Areas of Practice

 Bar Admissions

  • Minnesota, 1998

Education

  • Boston College Law School
  • University of Detroit, Honors B.A. in English and Economics, summa cum laude

Community and Pro Bono Work

  • Board of Directors – BestPrep (2008-2013)
  • BestPrep’s Minnesota Business Venture Advisory Committee and Curriculum Development Board
  • Board of Directors – YWCA of Minneapolis (2005-2010)
  • Corporate Secretary – Twin Cities Diversity in Practice (2005-2015)
  • Board of Directors – Growth and Justice (2006-2019), Board Chair (2016-2019)
  • Board of Directors -LegalCORPS
  • Girl Scouts River Valleys Women of Distinction 2014 Steering Committee member, Co-Chair Sponsorship Committee

Honors and Awards

  • Nominated for Minnesota Monthly’s 2021 Best Lawyers
  • Named a Top Woman Attorney by Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine, April 2021
  • Minnesota State Bar Association Pro Bono All-Star, 2012-2018 and 2020
  • Minnesota State Bar Association North Star Lawyer, 2012-2020
  • Minnesota Business Magazine, The (REAL) Power 50 Award, 2014
  • Minnesota Lawyer, Attorney of the Year, 2011 and 2014 and circle of excellence
  • BestPrep, Volunteer of the Year Award, 2006
  • Minnesota Justice Foundation, Outstanding Service Award, 2006

Presentations

  • Panelist, American Bar Association Business Law Section Spring Meeting, “Raising Funds Without Raising Eyebrows: Best Practices for Commercial Co-Ventures a/k/a Cause Marketing,” 04/21/2021
  • Moderator, MSBA Business Law CLE, “You, Your Clients and Imminent Beneficial Owner Reporting to FinCEN,” 03/10/2021
  • The 2021 New Lawyer Experience, What Every New Lawyer Needs to Know About Forming and Selecting Entities, 01/22/2021
  • Benefit Corporations or B-Corp Certification: Differences, Pros and Cons.  “Benefit Enterprises in Access to Justice”  Presented January 8, 2021 to the Self-Represented Litigation Network’s Justice Tech Entrepreneurs Working Group.
  • 2019 Nonprofit Law Conference, Organizational Changes: Mergers, Dissolutions and Conversions, 03/20/2019
    The 2019 New Lawyer Experience: Selecting and Forming Corporate Entities Breakout Session, 01/17/2019
  • Social Enterprise Executive Education Session, Legal Considerations of Pursuing a Social Enterprise Model, 11/27/2018
  • Twin Cities Startup Week at Impact Hub: Social Enterprise Structuring 10/11/2018
  • ABA Business Law Section Annual Meeting 2018 Austin, TX: What’s the Latest with Unaccompanied Minor Immigrants, and How Can We Help? 09/14/2018
  • ABA Business Law Section Annual Meeting 2018 Austin, TX: Board Transitions Voluntary and Otherwise 09/14/2018
  • Mitchell Hamline SBE Class Speaker, 06/14/2018
  • Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute, 05/21/2018
  • Meet the Expert 2018 James J. Hill Center, 05/21/2018
  • 2018 MN CLE Nonprofit Conference, State Law Update, 3/13/2018
  • Lessons Learned: Bitcoin/ICOs, 02/21/2018
  • ConnectUP! MN: How to Structure Your Social Enterprise for Crowdfunding 02/22/2018
  • The Purchase and Sale of Small Businesses: Employment/Employee-Related Issues in the Sale of Small Businesses, Minnesota CLE, 2/26/2018
  • The New Lawyer Experience, MN CLE, 1/18/2018
  • Nonprofits and Social Enterprises, University of Minnesota, 11/29/2017
  • Off the Record Career Conversation Series, Mitchell Hamline 10/17/2017
  • MN CLE – Significant Changes for Minnesota LLCs: Panel Discussion of Transition Hypotheticals, 10/30/2017
  • Twin Cities Startup Week at Impact Hub: Social Enterprise Structuring and The Future of Nonprofit Fundraising: Developing a Hybrid Business Model, 10/9/2017
  •  University of St. Thomas Non-Profits Talk, 9/7/2017
  • Faculty Planner and Committee Member, “The Minnesota Closely Held Business Conference: Highlights of the New Minnesota Public Benefit Corporation Act” – Snapshot Presentation; “The New LLC Statute: What Now?” (Moderator), Minnesota CLE, October 21, 2014
  • “The State of Social Enterprise as it Relates to Legal Considerations,” Minnesota Business Magazine, October 9, 2014
  • Chair. Faculty & Moderator. “Understanding & Using Minnesota’s New Public Benefit Corporation Act,” Minnesota CLE, August 28, 2014
  • Presenter. “The Minnesota Public Benefit Corporation Act,” Minnesota State Bar Association CLE, July 22. 2014
  • Presenter, “The Public Benefit Corporation is Here; Now What Do We Do?” Ramsey County Bar Association CLE, Ramsey County Bar Association Annual Meeting, June 17, 2014
  • Faculty Member & Presenter, “Ancillary Activities,” Minnesota CLE, Churches and Other Religious Organizations, June 16, 2014
  • Presenter, “The Public Benefit Corporation is Coming1,” Hennepin County Bar Association CLE, Hennepin County Bar Association Annual Meeting, May 15, 2014
  • Debate Participant, “Future of Doing Good and How We Should Fund Good Works,” bushCONNECT, Regional Leadership
  • Conference powered by the Bush Foundation, Guthrie Theater, May 12, 2014
  • Faculty Planner and Presenter, “2014 Business Law Institute: Public Benefit Corporations,” outline and presentation, Minnesota CLE and MSBA Business Law Section, May 5, 2014
  • Presenter, “2014 Nonprofit Law Conference: Public Benefit Corporations,” outline and presentation, Minnesota CLE and MSBA Business Law Section, March 12, 2014
  • Presenter, “Selecting and Forming Corporate Entities,” New Lawyer Experience, Minnesota CLE, Minneapolis, 2009-2014
  • Presenter, “The Public Benefit Corporation Comes to Minnesota”, outline and presentation, William Mitchell College of Law Alumni Series, Webcast Only, December 5, 2013
  • Faculty Planner and Presenter, “The 3rd Annual Minnesota Closely Held Business Conference: Future Legislation: The Coming New Minnesota Public Benefit Corporation (Snapshot Session)” outline and presentation, Minnesota CLE, October 29, 2013
  • Presenter, “Business Law 101: Demystifying the Entity Selection,” Minnesota CLE, Minneapolis, July 2013
  • Faculty Advisor and Presenter, the Minnesota Closely Held Business Conference, “Capitalizing the Small Business,” Minnesota CLE, Minneapolis, January 2011-2013
  • Faculty Planner and Presenter, Minnesota CLE and the MSBA Business Law Section, Business Law Institute, 2009-2013
  • Presenter, “How to Keep Tax Exempt Organizations in Compliance: Intermediate Sanctions and Current Case Law and Legislative Updates Impacting Tax-Exempt Organizations,” National Business Institute, Teleconference Seminar, December
  • Presenter, “Structuring Cooperative,” National Business Institute, Teleconference Seminar, December 2012
  • Presenter, “Entity Selection for a Small-to-Medium Sized Business: Taxation and S Corporations in Detail,” NationalBusiness Institute, Rebroadcast November 2012
  • Co-Presenter, “VC and Angel Financing in a Challenging Economy; Tax Credits and more,” the Collaborative’s 26th Annual Minnesota Venture & Finance Conference, Minneapolis October 2012
  • Presenter, “Structured Settlement Transfers: Liquidation of Structured Settlements,” 2012 Minnesota District Judges Association/ Minnesota District Judges Foundation Annual Fall Conference, Minneapolis, September 2012
  • Presenter, “Advising the Family Business Owner About Succession and Estate Planning Issues: Setting Reasonable Expectations for Family Business Succession,” Minnesota CLE, Minneapolis, August 2012
  • Chair, Moderator and Presenter, “Concussion in Amateur Sports: Legal Risks and Options for Nonprofit Athletic and Recreational Organizations,” American Bar Association/Business Law Section, Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, August 2012
  • Moderator and Presenter, “Managing & Growing People: Health, Comp., Stock & More,” the Collaborative – Innovative Series Panel Discussion, Minneapolis, August 2012
  • Presenter, “LLC or Inc.? Entity Selection for a Small-to-Medium Sized Business: S Corporations in Detail” and “LLC Taxation Considerations,” National Business Institute, Minneapolis, May 2012
  • Presenter, “So Your Client is a Small Business Owner: What You Need to Know,” The Small Business Conference, Minnesota State Bar Association and MN CLE, November 2011
  • Presenter, “Tax Exempt Organizations from Start to Finish — Incorporation Process and Unrelated Business Income Taxation,” National Business Institute, Minneapolis, May 2011
  • Presenter, “The Business Cradle to Grave: The ABC’s of Limited Liability Company Organization” outline and presentation, Minnesota CLE, Minneapolis, November 2010
  • Presenter, “How to read a Financial Statement,” 2009 Family and Closely Held Business Conference, Minnesota CLE, Minneapolis August 2009
  • Panelist, “Tackling Racism With Sharp Wit Illusion Theater’s Same Difference,” Twin Cities Diversity in practice Minneapolis, November 2008

Drafting Committees

Kim works both locally and nationally on many statutory drafting initiatives, including:

  • Minnesota’s Business Corporation Act (302A)
  • Minnesota’s Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (322C)
  • Minnesota’s Nonprofit Corporation Act (317A)
  • Minnesota Public Benefit Corporation Act (304A)
  • American Bar Association Business Law Section Model Nonprofit Business Corporation Act
  • Uniform Law Commission Drafting Committees
  • Funding Through Public Appeals Study and Drafting Committee
  • Tenancy in Common Ownership Default Rules Study and Drafting Committee
  • Public Health Emergency Authorities Study Committee
  • Online Sales Tax Collection Study Committee
  • Supply Chain Transparency Study Committee
  • Unincorporated Organization Acts Drafting Committee

Publications

  • Quoted in “No Single Path.” by Sarah Lutman. Twin Cities Business, June 20, 2014
  • Nonprofit Revitalization Act Impacts New York Nonprofits and Organizations Registered to Solicit Contributions in the State, ABA Nonprofit Organizations Committee Newsletter, Fourth Quarter 2013, co-written with Matthew Norris, J.D. Candidate, 2014, University of Minnesota Law School
  • Minnesota Should Enact Public Benefit Corporations, Star Tribune, co-written with Jeffrey Ochs, Founder of Cornerstone Stories, a Minnesota social business, and a board member of Social Enterprise Alliance-Twin Cities, February 7, 2014
  • “Governance Best Practices for Nonprofit Organizations: Creating a Structure that Allows for Responsible Leadership,” Kimberly A. Lowe, Author, Bureau of National Affairs: Corporate Accountability Report, August 2011
  • “Minnesota Business Law Deskbook – Corporations and LLCs, 1st Edition,” Editor, July 2010
  •  “Minnesota Business Law Deskbook – Corporations and LLCs 1st Edition,” Editor, July 2010

Associations

Uniform Law Commission

  • Minnesota Appointed Commissioner (2016-Present)

Hennepin County Bar Association

  • Immediate Past President (2016-2017)
  • President (2015-2016)
  • President-Elect (2014-2015)
  • Treasurer (2013-2014)
  • Finance and Planning Committee Chair (2013-2014)
  • Secretary (2012-2013)
  • Board of Directors (2011-2017)
  • Finance and Planning Committee Member (2009-2016)
  • Finance and Planning Committee Bylaws Subcommittee Chair (2011-2012)
  • Board of Directors, Hennepin County Bar Foundation (2012-2016)

Minnesota State Bar Association

  • Business Law Section Council, Executive Committee Member
  • Treasurer Business Law Section Council (2018-2019)
  • Secretary Business Law Section Council (2019-2020)
  • Nonprofit Corporations, Committee Member
  • Business/Professional Corporations, Committee Member
  • Partnerships/Limited Liability Companies, Committee Member
  • Beneficial Corporation Drafting Committee (2012-Present), Chair
  • Minnesota State Bar Association’s Legal Education Task Force Member, (2014-2016)
  • Minnesota State Bar Association Assembly Member, (2013-Present)
  • Member Investment Committee (2018-Present)

American Bar Association, Business Law Section

  • Member, Nonprofit Organizations Committee
  • Member, Corporate Governance Committee
  • Co-Chair, Social Entrepreneurship and Social Benefit Entities
  • Co-Chair, Governance Nonprofit Organization
  • The Business Lawyer, Editorial Board Member (2018-Present)
  • Business Law Today, Content Director (2018-Present)
  • Business Law Section, Pro Bono Committee, Chair (2015-2018)

American Bar Association

  • ABA Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service, Member of (2017 – 2020), Business Law Section Liaison (2014 – 2017)

National Council of Farmers Cooperative

  • Legal Tax and Accounting
  • Vice Chair- Securities Committee (2010-2016)

Firm Description:

What we do

We focus on representing businesses, business-owners, investment funds and non-profits on the legal issues that relate to the formation, operation, growth and sale of their businesses.

If you are starting up a business, fund or non-profit, hiring or firing employees, negotiating contracts, raising capital to make it grow, building a plant, buying other companies, selling your company or need to set up your estate to take care of the next generation, we are here for you and we want to help.

How we do it

We average over 20 years of experience per attorney, so we have seen and done most things.  We use our experience to achieve your goals effectively and efficiently.  We also leverage the same technologies used by larger law firms to prepare documents and research the law.

When needed, we partner with other high quality law firms, either in specific practice areas (even equine law if needed) or locations to get you the results you need.  We answer our own phones and respond to our own emails.  We add paper to the printer.  We do what it takes to serve you.

Why we do it

We take pride and joy in seeing our clients succeed.  We also take pride and joy in helping each other succeed.  We believe this makes us better lawyers and that means better results for you.
We are entrepreneurs.  We manage our own business, just like you.  We understand both the passion and pain of owning and running a business.  That lets us craft solutions for you that are practical and meet your needs.

 

Christopher P. Keefe

Leaders in Law endorses Christopher P. Keefe as our exclusively recommended Corporate Law expert in USA, Massachusetts. If you wish to get in touch with Chris please use the contact information provided above.

Christopher P. Keefe is the leader of Nixon Peabody’s Corporate practice group and a member of the Private Equity Funds team. In addition, Chris leads Nixon Peabody’s Big Data initiative, and is a member of the Life Sciences and Food, Beverage & Agribusiness practices. He represents privately held companies and funds in financings, corporate counseling and mergers and acquisitions.

What do you focus on?

For over twenty years, I have represented companies of all stages in the technology, consumer, life sciences and manufacturing verticals, as well as the venture and private equity funds that invest in them. I also represent buyers and sellers in middle-market mergers and acquisitions, as well as sophisticated clients in corporate transactions and strategic relationships. I enjoy a trusted advisor relationship with leading management teams and investors.

What do you see on the horizon?

With respect to the current dealmaking environment amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we’ve seen little in the way of a consistent theme—the market has not moved in a monolithic way.  Overall, volume is down—but we’ve had processes continue to move forward, while others have paused. Given the otherwise robust start to 2020, everyone is generally optimistic that when some level of normalcy returns to the market, it will result in a few strong quarters for dealmaking.

Representative Experience

  • Represented Sciformix Corporation in its sale to Covance Asia-Specific Inc. (a subsidiary of Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings).
  • Represented Eze Castle Integration, Inc., a leading provider of managed IT services, complete cloud solutions, and cybersecurity to more than 650 financial services clients worldwide in its sale to H.I.G. Capital.
  • Represented Sensata Technologies, Inc., a worldwide manufacturer and supplier of sensors, controls, electrical protection and control, and power management solutions, in the divestment of its valves business, consisting of three subsidiaries (Schrader SAS, August France Holding Company SAS, and Schrader-Bridgeport International, Inc.) with significant facilities, operations, and employees in Virginia and France, to Pacific Industrial Co., Ltd. for approximately $173M enterprise value.
  • Represented Capax Global, LLC, a Chicago-based technology company focused on cloud solutions, in connection with its sale to Hitachi Solutions America, Ltd.
  • Represented Breakaway Ventures, LLC in its Series A Preferred Share investment in Grillo’s Pickles, Inc., a Massachusetts-based company that sells gourmet pickles in grocery stores across the U.S.
  • Represented Exinda Inc. in its sale to a wholly owned subsidiary of Aurea Software, Inc., a portfolio company of ESW Capital, LLC. Exinda Inc. provides wide area network (WAN) optimization solutions.
  • Represented ProcessOut, a software startup that helps SaaS & e-commerce companies monitor & optimize their payment performance, in its sale to CheckOut.com, a London-based payment platform.
  • Represented Battery Ventures in numerous strategic transactions, including, its investment in Mews Systems BV, a Dutch company that provides a cloud-based property management software that helps hotels and hostels automate their operations; its investment in Nitro Software Pty Ltd, a provider of cloud software solutions; and its investment in AuditBoard, Inc., a software company that sells user-friendly SOX Compliance and Audit Management programs.
  • Represented Yasso, Inc. in its transaction with Castanea Partners, Inc. Yasso is a Quincy, MA-based company that created the first-ever frozen Greek yogurt bars, which it sells nationwide.
  • Represented Code Red, Inc., in its acquisition by FactSet Research Systems Inc. (NYSE:FDS) (Nasdaq:FDS). Code Red provides research management technologies to the investment community, including endowments and foundations, institutional asset managers, sovereign wealth funds, pensions, and hedge funds.

Education

University of Virginia, J.D.

American University, B.S.B.A., magna cum laude

Recognition

Chris has been recognized for exceptional standing in the legal community in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2018 for Corporate/M&A (Massachusetts). He has also been recognized in Chambers in previous years. In addition, Chris has been recommended in The Legal 500 United States 2019 editorial for M&A/corporate and commercial—M&A: Middle-market (sub-$500m).

Affiliations

Christopher leads the firm’s ongoing sponsorship of the Harvard Business School Association of Boston. He is a member of the Boston and American bar associations.

Firm Description

We see 21st century law as a tool to help shape our clients’ futures.

Our focus is on knowing what is important to our clients now and next so we can foresee obstacles and opportunities in their space and smooth the way. We ensure they are equipped with winning legal strategies as they navigate the exciting and challenging times we live in.

Our ability to do this comes from these working principles:

  • We’re curious and extremely focused on understanding our clients’ businesses and industries.
  • We tap the collective intelligence of Nixon Peabody to deliver the best thinking and create value for our clients throughout the world.
  • We lean forward into the future, together with our clients, to see and prepare for what’s ahead.

Working together, we handle complex challenges in litigation, real estate, corporate law and intellectual property anywhere in the world.

Our Promise

Predictive. Proactive. Grow your business.

Our clients need and expect excellent legal counsel. We complete the transaction, resolve the dispute, win the trial. Whatever the industry, wherever the geography.

We deliver high quality legal counsel for your needs right now, and are always looking ahead to what’s next. We follow, and often help shape, evolving legislation and see the key trends affecting your industry. Our teams monitor the political, economic and social landscape to predict future legal challenges and smooth your way.

But you can and should get more from your law firm.

With a uniquely pivotal role that connects companies, regulators, funders, and leaders, we offer our clients high-level partnership. We know your industry and get inside your business to help you achieve your goals. We create connections, form alliances, identify opportunities, minimize risks and help you find new customers.

We are here for all your legal needs.

Our spark.

Our new logo signals our intent—a dynamic “spark” that symbolizes both our innovative ideas and actions and the collective intelligence of the whole firm thinking ahead for our clients.

 

Suhan Khan FCIArb

Leaders in Law endorses Suhan Khan as our exclusively recommended Corporate Law expert in Bangladesh. If you wish to get in touch with Suhan please use the contact information provided above.

Suhan Khan was called to the Bar of England and Wales as a Barrister-at-law and is currently practicing as an Advocate of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. Suhan’s key areas of specialization includes admiralty & commercial litigations, merger & acquisitions, corporate transactions, arbitration and foreign investment facilitation.

Suhan acts as the legal counsel for the American Chamber of Commerce in Bangladesh, multiple U.S. based corporations, several MNCs & INGOs, leading oil and gas corporations in Singapore, UAE and Bangladesh, major insurance underwriters in Malaysia and Hong Kong as well as the largest group of companies of Bangladesh. Suhan is also the counsel of choice of top tier international law firms based in London, Singapore, Hong Kong and India and is frequently instructed for matters involving the jurisdiction of Bangladesh.

Suhan regularly represents his clients before the arbitration bench, admiralty & company bench of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh, High Court Division. He has successfully represented owners of vessels, cargo owners, insurers and P&I Clubs in litigations before the admiralty court of Bangladesh and also secured arrests and speedy release of vessels from detention. He is representing a French corporation in an international arbitration before ICC, Singapore and also acted as legal counsel for global oil enterprises for enforcing awards in multitude of icommercial arbitrations before the ICC, FOSFA, ICA, SIAC etc.

Beyond the boundaries of courthouse, Suhan advises his client’s on regulatory affairs, internal legal & compliance issues, domestic and cross-border contract negotiation as well as mergers, corporate restructuring and transactional affairs. Suhan has helped foreign investors set up businesses in Bangladesh. Suhan is now acting as the lead counsel for the first and only private sector oil refinery project in Bangladesh since 1961 involving US$ 1.2 Billion. Suhan’s tactical and strategic acumen coupled with his excellent communication skills also enable him to seal the deal for his clients by leading from the front during negotiations and dispute resolutions. He is also one of the very few lawyers in Bangladesh with extensive experience & expertise on cross-border EPC/ turnkey contracts for projects, particularly in the energy sector and industrial supply contracts with deep rooted practical experience of working within the relevant FIDIC and ICC legal framework.

Suhan has mostly practiced in the country’s upper judiciary and represents his clients frequently before the arbitration bench, admiralty bench, company court and constitutional courts of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh, High Court Division. His well-proved advocacy skilled was envisioned at an early age when he earned the honor of becoming the 3rd Best Student Advocate from amongst 156 Student Advocates from across the world in an international platform.

The following are further examples of some of his noteworthy exposures:

  • Acted as the lead counsel for the first and only private sector mega oil refinery project in Bangladesh involving USD 1.2 Billion. The project involves the largest syndicated loan arrangement in the banking sector of Bangladesh.
  • Acting lead counsel for cross-border technology procurement and licensing documentations for the production of LPG, diesel, petrol, furnace oil and aviation fuel.
  • Acted as the lead counsel for publicly traded company and leading industrial corporations on high value cross-border contracts for cement plant, sugar refinery and steel mill projects.
  • Advised and assisted leading middle-eastern airlines on a wide range of regulatory issues, including extension of Branch Office permission, exemption from restrictions on repatriation, change in Board, income tax exemptions etc., and also to correspond with public authorities of Bangladesh on its behalf. Also represented the airlines in multiple litigations pertaining to foreign exchange regulations, remittance and repatriation of revenues, flight operations and disputes arising in connection with its Dhaka Branch Office.
  • Acted as legal counsel for global oil enterprises, agricultural goods merchants and leading commodities and raw cotton suppliers in numerous litigations against Bangladeshi buyers for the successful enforcement of multitude of foreign arbitral awards resulting from international commercial arbitrations before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Federation of Oils, Seeds and Fats Association (FOSFA), International Cotton Association (ICA), Singapore International Arbitration Center (SIAC) etc. Also secured interim protective measures from Bangladeshi courts to ensure fruitful execution of such foreign arbitral awards in Bangladesh.
  • Advised Joint Venture consortiums on high value Private Public Partnership (PPP) Projects and represented JV entities before Governmental authorities, partook in contract negotiations and the drafting & finalization of project agreements. PPPs involved with include construction contract, power generation & distribution and renewable energy sector.
  • Acted for European locomotives supplier in the course of tendering and public procurement in Bangladesh on aspects concerning bid preparation, drafting of the contract and negotiation process. Advised on wide range of issues including liability for direct & consequential losses, liquidated damages and limitation of liability issues, tax issues for the corporation and its members of staffs in Bangladesh, interpretation of tender documents, ToR, concession agreement etc.
  • Successfully represented foreign vessels, owners of vessels, cargo owners, insurers and P&I Clubs in litigations before the Admiralty court of Bangladesh in conjunction with claims for freight, demurrage and damages for collision at sea and port. Also secured arrests and release of vessels from detention.
  • Involved and assisted in the arbitration proceedings pertaining to the PPP for the construction of the Gulistan-Jatrabari flyover and consequent dispute between the concessionaire and Dhaka City Corporation. The project involved an estimated project cost of BDT 670 crore, equivalent to US$ 83.75 million dollar, and was the first instance of private sector participation in infrastructure development in Bangladesh.
  • Acted as legal counsel for power generation companies, global retailers, domestic conglomerates, the central regulatory bank of Bangladesh etc. in numerous litigations before the High Court Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh on a regular basis.

Firm Description:

ACCORD CHAMBERS is a dynamic and reformist law firm based in Bangladesh that offers full service “complete legal solutions” to its domestic and international clients. The firm’s core ethos is to not confine itself within the tenets of conventional law firms in the region but to take a step beyond: advance a one-stop complete package for its clients so as to address all concerns in the corporate and commercial context. In the premises, the firm advises not only on mainstream legal affairs, including litigation and dispute resolution, but also on investments, transactions, business strategies and operations from the perspective of Bangladeshi laws and regulations.

The firm recognizes the sub-continental challenges in general and the economic realities of Bangladesh in particular that are often faced by foreign investors as well as local companies on a regular basis. Taking such challenges and on-ground realities into imperative consideration, ACCORD CHAMBERS takes the most pragmatic approach and engages with its intuitive regional knowledge and deep market understanding so as to achieve the desired commercial outcomes for its clients while keeping their legal interests protected at all material times.

ACCORD CHAMBERS takes pride to have played the principal role in one of the largest private sector investment in the history of Bangladesh worth 1.25 Billion Dollars/ Taka 10,000 Crore. It has prepared complete legal documentation and advanced one-stop advisory services on legal and regulatory compliance that renders the firm as a pioneer of cross-border transactions in general and the energy and EPC turnkey projects in particular. The firm also acts as the legal counsel for the American Chamber of Commerce in Bangladesh, multiple U.S. based corporations, leading oil and gas corporations in Singapore and Bangladesh, major insurance underwriter in Malaysia as well as the largest group of companies of Bangladesh. It also works in close collaboration with top tier international law firms headquartered in London and India.

The success of the firm revolves around its client satisfaction. Our members care about the clients’ concerns, understand their urgency, respond to their requests and are sensitive about their security. Each one of us is uncompromising & inflexible when it comes to the utmost interest of our clients. In doing so, our members are programmed to ensure that ethical values and client confidentiality remain uncompromised.

 

Sarjeel Mowahid

Leaders in Law endorses Sarjeel Mowahid as our exclusively recommended Corporate Law expert in Pakistan. If you wish to get in touch with Sarjeel please use the contact information provided above.

Sarjeel Mowahid heads the Corporate and Commercial practice of the firm and handles an important roster of clients that includes China Three Gorges, China Ghezouba, McDonalds, Pizza Hutt, Porsche, Habib Bank Limited,  Pakistan Microfinance Investment Company and other such blue-chip companies and financial institutions. He renders advice on a range of matters including corporate finance, corporate restructuring, banking and finance, foreign direct investment, labor law and general company as well as contractual matters. His practice cuts across a range of different sectors including oil and gas, mining, infrastructure and energy projects, power, petrochemicals, FMCGs, retail and other consumer goods. He has also worked on a number of mergers and acquisitions and frequently pairs up with lawyers from our dispute resolution practice to advice on disputes related to the construction and power sector.

He holds an LLB (Hons) from the University of London and has twelve years of post-qualification experience in both contentious and non-contentious matters. Prior to joining ABS & Co., Sarjeel worked as a Senior Legal Counsel with Coca Cola and as Unit Head (Legal) at MCB Bank. Before that, he worked in private practice at some of the most renowned law firms in the country including RMA & Co., CLM and RIAA.

  • Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission on the project documentation and financing of the Chashma 5 Nuclear Power Project (1100 MW) in Punjab including EPC, O&M Contracts
  • Inter-State Gas Systems on the construction of the Iran-Pakistan Gas Pipeline and its legal implications in view of US sanctions
  • Xpress Money on the authorization and licensing requirements for providing money remittance services in Pakistan under its recent foreign exchange regulations
  • Punjab Saaf Pani Company in relation to a legal audit of its Consultancy Services Contract
  • Samsons Group of Companies in relation to the Malam Jaba Ski Resort, Swat
  • FIEDMC with respect to establishment of Golf & Country Club in the M-3 Industrial City

Areas of Focus

  • Corporate & Commercial
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Corporate Finance
  • Projects Development & Finance
  • Energy, Infrastructure & Natural Resources

Education

  • LL.M., UMT
  • LL.B., University of London

Admissions

  • High Courts of Pakistan

Firm Description:

ABS & Co. provides a broad range of legal services ranging from corporate advisory and transactional matters to dispute resolution and international arbitration.
Over the years, we have advised and continue to support the government, public sector organizations, statutory bodies, diplomatic missions, sovereign states, regulatory agencies, regional and international companies, banks and financial institutions along with high net individuals and other publicly listed companies.

Corporate & Commercial

Our corporate and commercial practice works with various globally recognised companies, multi-nationals, commercial banks, financial institutions and private equity firms to provide clients with robust, sound and practical advice on a broad range of corporate and commercial deals. When we work with clients, we provide more than just legal advice. We provide business, strategic and cultural advice that builds on decades of experience in this area.

We have advised on several cutting-edge commercial ventures including public and private M&A, disposals, demergers, joint ventures, commercial partnerships, shareholder agreements, exclusive distribution agreements, franchise agreements, asset acquisitions and finance, and the import/export of different goods and commodities.

Combined with our transactional expertise, we also advise on traditional corporate matters such as company incorporation, shareholder rights & activism, corporate restructuring, corporate governance, corporate advisory, debt and equity finance, private equity, statutory filings, secretarial support, regulatory compliance and other corporate advisory.

Our corporate and commercial team works with clients to understand their business and commercial needs to help them get through to the finishing line. Our team’s experience of working for regulators such as the SECP, the CCP, the SBP and the BOI gives us a deep insight into the workings of these government agencies that we can leverage in tailoring finding individual legal solutions for our clients.

Legal500 recognises our corporate and commercial practice as one of Pakistan’s best. In 2020, the practice was ranked in Tier 3 and was recognised for advising “on a broad array of matters, from company acquisitions to mergers, regulatory issues and other commercial matters such as agency and lease agreements” (Legal 500: 2020).

 

Jacqueline Waihenya

Leaders in Law endorses Jacqueline Waihenya as our exclusively recommended Corporate Law expert in the Kenya. If you wish to get in touch with Jacqueline use the contact information provided above.

Jacqueline’s is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya having been admitted to the bar in 1998 and she is the Managing Partner of JWM LAW LLP (formerly Jacqueline Waihenya Maina & Co. Advocates) which she founded in 2012. She holds an LLM from the University of Nairobi’s pioneer LLM class at Mombasa specializing in Public Finance & Financial Services Law. She is currently pursuing an LLM in International Dispute Resolution at Queen Mary University of London. Jacqueline is also a Governance Practitioner. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Certified Secretaries of Kenya (ICS) and was recently elected to the governing council of ICS where she chairs the Membership Committee as well as the Research & Publications Committee. She is also an Accredited Governance Auditor, a Legal & Compliance Auditor and Governance Trainer.

She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – Kenya Branch and holds a diploma in International Arbitration. She further holds an Advanced Certificate in Adjudication from the said Institute and is accredited as a Tutor with CIARB and is the CIARB Kenya Branch Treasurer. She was appointed to represent CIARB on the National Steering Committee National Steering Committee for the Formulation of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Policy 2020. She is also a Chartered Mediator with the Institute of Chartered Mediators & Conciliators (CM-ICMC) and is one of the pioneer Kenya Judiciary Accredited Mediators.

Jacqueline is an Associate Editor of the ADR Journal of CIARB Kenya and is the Editor-in-Chief of the Mombasa Law Society Journal.She sits on the Continuing Professional Development Committee of the Law Society of Kenya and is also the Treasurer of the Mombasa Law Society where she founded and convened the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee as well as the Admiralty & Maritime Committee.

Jacqueline Waihenya is the Vice Chairman of the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce & Industry – Mombasa Chapter.

Firm Description:

JWM LAW LLP is a leading full service corporate oriented law firm competent to handle a wide array of legal/litigation and alternative dispute resolution & corporate governance matters. We closely monitor events and trends and have developed a strategic sense for their dynamics and direction.We are closely involved with the leadership of various professional organizations which are at the forefront of influencing, effecting and implementing legal policy and law reform in the country. The firm is well poised and prepared to serve your commercial interests and to provide holistic legal solutions.

Our approach is to understand our Clients, advise them on the issues at hand and otherwise resolve legal matters in an efficient and effective manner by being approachable, available and assertive. We are dedicated to being proactive and solving/resolving problems efficiently while being mindful of the competing interests of legal protection without incurring unnecessary legal actions or fees.

 

Mame Adama GUEYE

Leaders in Law endorses Maitre Gueye as our exclusively recommended Corporate Law expert in Senegal. If you wish to get in touch with Maitre please use the contact information provided above.

Maitre Mama Adama Gueye has been registered with the Bar since July 1982 and has effectively worked without interruption as lawyer ever since that date and thus totalize a professional experience of 22 years.

Beside his activities as a lawyer and company legal adviser, Maitre Mame Adama Gueye works a a consultant in the filed of goveranance and legal and judicial reforms by making the most in that field of the experience gained from his involvement in associative activities for the promotion of good governance and fight against corruption.

Education

Master of Business Administration ; University of Quebec in Montreal
Master Degree in Business Law: University of Rennes
Postgraduate Degree in Judicial Law And Practise: University of Rennes
Postgraduate Degree in Business Law and Fax System : University of Rennes
Degree of Company Legal Advisor (DJCE): University of Rennes

Significant Accomplishments

Former President of the Civil Forum – Senegalese Section of Transparency Intetrnational
Former member of Transparency International Board of Directors, an international NGO exclusively dedicated to the fight against of corruption
Former vice chairman of commitee 2, dealing with the issue” Society and Administration” as part of the National Concertation on Public Service Quality and Good Governance in Senegal (1999-2000)
Former member of the task force on the judicial treatment of corruption supervised by the Ministery of Justice of Senegal as part of an implementation project of a national programm of struggle against corruption (1999-2000)
Former member of the Bar Council of Senegal
Arbitrator Registered with the center of mediation, Conciliation anad Arbitration of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Dakar.

Professional Associations

President of the Bar (barristers of attached to a French Law Court) since July 24, 2008
Lawyer to the Court registered with the Bar since 1982
Company Legal Advisor
Consultant
Associate Lawyer Manager of the Professionnal Civil Society MAME ADAMA GUEYE & ASSOCIATES

Firm Description

SCP Mame Adama Gueye & Associés is a leading business law firm in Senegal, with an excellent reputation based on its proven expertise and credibility.

SCP MAGA is the first law firm certified ISO 9001-2008 version in West, North and Middle Africa.

The law firm works in several fields of general law and business law including commercial law, mining law, contracts law, competition law, banking law, project finance, insurance law, corporate law, taxation law, intellectual property and copyright law, labour law, investment, civil aviation and property law.

Due to its excellent reputation, the firm has gained the confidence of several famous international law firms such as Baker & McKenzie, Hogan Lovells, Linklaters, White & Case, Clifford Chance, Freshfields, Denton Sapte, Skadden, Gide, Loyrette &Nouel, Norton Rose, Herbert Smith Freehills with whom, the firm works on a regular basis, especially as the local counsel of lenders or sponsors in project finance.

In order to meet the clients’ expectations in matter of security and responsiveness, the firm has invested in the development of a unique technology platform in lawyer’s profession in Senegal and the sub-region.

Since 2003, SCP Mame Adama Gueye & Associés has been ranked permanently by Chambers Global as one of the top 2 law firms in Senegal. In addition, it is one of the few law firms in Senegal to be bilingual and able to provide its services in both French and English. As a result, the company regularly provides legal assistance to multinational companies based in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.

In addition, thanks to the quality of its services, SCP Mame Adama Gueye & Associés is recommended by the Embassies of USA, France, Spain, Great Britain and Germany in Dakar.

Practice Areas:

  • Legal Advice & Assistance
  • Legal Opinion
  • Litigation
  • Representation
  • Debt Recovery
  • Legal Consultancy
  • Creation of Companies
  • Legal Assistance to Investors
  • Merger & Acquisition
  • Projects Finance
  • Legal Audit
  • Due Diligence

 

Roland Sanchez-Medina Jr.

Leaders in Law endorses Roland Sanchez-Medina as our exclusively recommended Corporate Law expert in Florida, USA. If you wish to get in touch with Roland please use the contact information provided above.

Roland Sanchez-Medina Jr. is a partner who focuses his practice in the areas of corporate and securities law, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate structuring/restructuring, board governance, domestic and international commercial transactions, commercial and residential real estate transactions, tax and estate planning, and other general transactional services.

Prior to forming the Firm, Mr. Sanchez-Medina was a partner at the national law firm of McDermott, Will & Emery, where he was a member of the Corporate Department, and was a senior associate at the national law firm of Holland & Knight.

Notable Client Work

  • Representation of Estate Investments Group to secure a $57.8 Million Construction Loan
  • Representation of electronics company in $32 million initial public offering
  • Representation of Miami Heat in $20 million revolving line of credit
  • Representation of real estate development company in $50 million profit sharing agreement with private equity fund
  • Representation of client in sale of copyright and other intangible assets to Televisa S.A. de C.V. for $20 million
  • Representation of a real estate developer in $45 million acquisition of real estate
  • Serve as outside general counsel to 8th largest equipment rental company in the United States, including the leasing of more than 70 retail branches across the United States
  • Serve as outside general counsel to major South Florida real estate developer
  • Representation of investor in $45 million investment in private equity fund
  • Representation of client in corporate break-up of major restaurant chain
  • Representation of municipality in ground lease of largest parcel of undeveloped land east of US 1 in Miami-Dade County

Professional & Civic Activities; Honors & Recognitions

  • Selected as Best Lawyer in America®
  • Selected as Legal EliteTM by Florida Trends Magazine
  • Selected as SuperLawyer® in Law & Politics Magazine
  • Selected as Top Transactional Attorney by South Florida Legal Guide
  • Selected as Finalist for Top Dealmaker Daily Business Review
  • AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review RatingsTM, the highest rating possible indicating preeminent legal ability and professional ethics in Mr. Sanchez-Medina’s areas of practice
  • Board of Governors, The Florida Bar
  • Orange Bowl Committee, Member
  • Chairman, Budget & Audit Committee, Miami-Dade County School Board
  • Chairman, Business, Corporations and Financial Services Committee of Business Law Section, The Florida Bar
  • General Counsel, South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Cuban American Bar Association, President
  • National Conference of Bar Presidents

Awards & Public Engagements

  • Southeastern Regional hearing of the ABA Commission on Hispanic Legal Rights & Responsibilities, May 2011
  • Golden Eagle Award, Florida Minority Community Reinvestment Coalition, Inc., 2010
  • After School All Stars, Hispanic Heritage Honoree, 2009

Firm Description

Sanchez-Medina, Gonzalez, Quesada, Lage, Gomez & Machado LLP is an AV-Rated, South Florida-based law firm offering its clients expertise in a wide range of areas including corporate, securities and lending transactions, complex commercial and business litigation and trial practice, labor and employment, white-collar criminal defense, commercial and residential real estate transactions, with an emphasis in both lender and developer representation, tax, asset protection and estate planning, immigration and naturalization, government relations and entertainment, sports and art law.

Our attorneys have extensive experience in handling matters for key industries, including financial, banking and insurance services, real estate, healthcare, manufacturing and industrial, telecommunications and entertainment, having represented a number of Fortune 500, publicly traded and privately held businesses, as well as high-net worth individuals. Being located in a gateway city such as Miami, we represent clients in transactions and legal proceedings both domestically and abroad. The firm enjoys client relations throughout the United States, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Corporate and Securities Transactions

Our corporate and securities group counsels clients representing a broad array of industries, as well as high net worth individuals. Our lawyers have extensive experience representing corporations, limited liability companies, general and limited partnerships and other entities, both publicly-traded and privately-held, in the areas of corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, securities law, divestitures, joint ventures, finance, board governance, domestic and international commercial transactions, tax planning, and other general transactional services.

The Firm routinely negotiates and prepares asset and stock sale and purchase agreements; share exchange and merger agreements; securities offering documents; shareholder, operating and partnership agreements; stock option plans and agreements; and other documents affecting the issuance and transfer of debt and equity instruments, the rights of equity and debt holders and the overall management of the organization.

 

Ingrid Y Chen

Leaders in Law endorses Ingrid Chen as our exclusively recommended Corporate Law expert in Taiwan. If you wish to get in touch with Ingrid please use the contact information provided above.

Ingrid is the Partner of DTT Attorneys-at-Law and specialises in corporate investments, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), capital market, banking, securities and insurance law and compliance, and general corporate matters.  She has assisted reputable domestic and foreign companies in accomplishing onshore and offshore investments and M&A transactions, advised clients on the PRC outbound and inbound investment regulations and assisted cross-border companies to obtain Taiwan related approvals.  She also actively participates in the capital market area, representing multiple foreign issuers to raise funds, list their shares on TWSE/TPEx and issue TDRs in Taiwan as well as IPO on HKEX and the PRC.  Ingrid Chen is also familiar with banking, securities and insurance laws and regulations and has assisted clients in compliance and regulatory filings.

Firm Overview

DTT Attorneys-at-Law has the experience and multidisciplinary capability to provide a wide range of professional services to help companies meet their objectives comprehensively, with skilled and experienced lawyers working together with other Deloitte professionals in audit and assurance, tax, risk management advisory, consulting, and financial advisory to guide our clients through a project in a coordinated way.

DTT Attorneys-at-Law team members came from top law firms in Taiwan, having considerable experience in local and transnational consultation and negotiation. In our legal team, we have lawyers with Taiwan bar admissions, all graduated from first-rate domestic and international law schools. Our practice ranges from tax controversy resolution, M&A, general civil and administrative law practice, and employment and pension laws, to various specialised services such as regulatory compliance planning for businesses. Our tax controversy resolution covers almost every type of tax dispute that businesses and individuals in Taiwan have experienced and our M&A practice has advised many investors seeking opportunities in the East Asian countries, including services related to mergers, convertible securities, share transactions, M&A, joint ventures, company reorganisations, corporate split-up and strategic alliances, IPO, privatisation, and group re-organisation. In addition, we offer regulatory compliance planning services to assist many regulated businesses set policies and risk management plans in accordance with statutory requirements of the laws such as the Personal Information Protection Act and the Money Laundering Control Act.

As part of the Deloitte Legal global network with over 2200 legal professionals in more than 81 countries around the globe and 17 lawyers in two offices throughout Taiwan, DTT Attorneys-at-Law is able to offer competent yet pragmatic advice in many fields of national and international business laws, whether for family-owned private companies, start-up companies, listed companies or international group companies. Collecting and combining multidisciplinary expertise in our Industry Groups, i.e., Banking & Securities, Energy & Resources, Manufacturing, Consumer Business, TMT and Real Estate enables us to render interdisciplinary advice which anticipates industry- or sector-specific trends and developments and thereby help our clients face the challenges of an ever-changing regulatory and economic environment.

We understand legal advice not as an isolated component, but as an important contributing factor to a comprehensive solution of the issues that our clients face. Working together with other Deloitte professionals, we help our clients make decisions by taking into consideration legal as well as entrepreneurial, tax and other business aspects, and provide a “one-stop service” for our clients.

 

Raymond Joseph D. Pascua, MCIArb, MPD

Leaders in Law endorses Raymond Pascua as our exclusively recommended Corporate Law expert in the Philippines  If you wish to get in touch with Raymond please use the contact information provided above.

Raymond began his law practice in the fields of Corporate Law and Taxation, and was instrumental in setting up and structuring a number of Business Process Outsourcing companies and obtaining the applicable tax incentives for them.

He continues to recommend various courses of action concerning some business transactions of his corporate clients.  He actively participates in managing the internal affairs of various corporate clients concerning the relations between and among stockholders, directors, and corporate officers, as well as corporate relations with general public.  He has likewise served as turnaround consultant for a number of them, resulting in those companies gaining efficiencies, cost savings, and value to their business.

While having a strong background in business law, corporate structuring, and taxation, Raymond has also served as arbitration counsel in ad hoc and institutional arbitration proceedings.  He has extensive experience advising both individuals and business owners in various areas of law and asset protection strategies, especially those areas involving property, estates and trusts, taxation, intellectual property litigation, and corporate rehabilitation.

He has a Bachelor of Laws Degree from the Lyceum of the Philippines University, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree, major in Management Economics from the Ateneo de Manila University.

Raymond is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Prime Dispute, and the International Bar Association.

 

Håkon Skjerve-Nielssen

Håkon Skjerve-Nielssen has great competence in handling corporate legal matters, with special experience within; contract law, transactions, compensation law, negotiations and disputes.

Håkon is mainly working in the sectors of; real estate/enterprise (property devolopment), trade/industry and bank & finance.

Håkon is known as a business minded lawyer, solution orientated and with the highest level of service. In addition to his law degree from Oslo he holds a Management degree from UK

Firm Description

Skjerve-Nielssen & Co Law firms mission is to understand and work in the best of our clients interests, and give our legal advices in accordance with this.

We provide not just legal assessment but also strategic, in corporation between legal and business purposes.

One of the oldest Law Firms in Oslo, small and dedicated, with fulfilling expertice and a great «track  record» at court. Well-known Supreme Court sentences related to tax exemption for foundations and the non-statutory duty of loyalty in labour contracts. The biggest compensation case in Norwegian history: The Sleipner platform casualty