Rahman’s Chambers, in light of its ever-expanding global footprint and multiple disciplinary International rankings, has been providing its services for legal works, outsourced by international Clients to a non-related third country, i.e. where neither the subject matter nor the parties are actually based in Bangladesh. Chambers has advised a Fortune500 company on procurement of an alternative workforce via outsourcing from a third party country. We have also assisted in a dispute resolution process via negotiations, involving joint ownership of an account related to freelancing work. Most of our lawyers are trained internationally having expertise in the commonwealth, amongst other jurisdictions, also aided by our vast resources and access to multi-jurisdictional legal databases and logistic support. Chambers and Partners Asia Pacific 2022 ranked Rahman’s Chambers for Corporate & Finance they added: “One source states: ‘Their solution-based and customer-oriented approach is enormously helpful in reaching the best solution.”
…specialist shipping law practice… covering the full scope of maritime issues including ship arrests, marine insurance, bills of lading and admiralty. The team is also active on collision cases, often representing international P&I clubs and shipping companies…”
-Chambers & Partners GLOBAL, 2022
“…Additionally has a recognised practice… alongside energy, infrastructure and real estate matters…”
-Chambers & Partners GLOBAL, 2021
“…Additionally has a recognised practice in such areas as business formation, projects and energy, real estate and employment matters.”
-Chambers & Partners GLOBAL, 2020
Our services to be rendered in terms of Legal Outsourcing, includes providing assistance to Clients in two folds, namely by way of active participation of the outsourced work on behalf of the Clients and/or in an advisory capacity for the Clients in connection to the work.
Our recent works for both the abovementioned include:
- We assisted Interactive Broker, a UK-based client, who outsourced the work to us, in the process of out-of-court settlement through negotiation, involving an overseas opponent.
- Advising Utah Fashions Ltd. for its Consultancy Agreement for fashion and design with a UK-based company, including vetting of the Agreement.
- Advised on Partnership disputes involving oDsk account in Upwork.
- Advised and Vetted the Master Alternative Work Force Services Agreement for a fortune 500 IT company based in India for procuring workforce and services on a piecemeal basis by appointment of a 3rd party Vendor Management Company in a different jurisdiction.
M&A and Investment
- Setting up IT Grow Division Ltd, an outsourcing company in Bangladesh, originally from Russia.
- Setting up Data path Limited, a US based outsourcing company.
Practice Guide – Outsourcing Law
Outsourcing Law, despite having no fixed legislation, globally, has been preferred and utilized by international law firms and stakeholders alike, who turn to legal outsourcing for handling their legal affairs in order to stay competitive and profitable, either directly or in an advisory/negotiating capacity to a third, with the means and the expertise to handle such matters from and within a separate (non-party) jurisdiction. This preference has been exacerbated globally following the COVID 19 pandemic. Most of the Firm’s personnel having received training from the UK are proficient in matters within the Commonwealth jurisdiction, having affiliations with several International and Dispute Resolution institutions with accreditation from major legal directories, and publications. Additionally Chambers due to its access to major international legal online databases, a vast collection of both hard and soft copy resources from multiple jurisdictions, a rich array of frequently updated library, etc. is well-equipped to handle any/all matters outsourced to the Firm.
- Utah Fashions Ltd
- EICRA Soft Ltd
- REIT Ltd.
- Data Path Limited
- IT Grow Division Ltd
to be updated.
Related Resources - Library
The value of law reports in the legal profession cannot be overemphasized. They can be regarded as the life-wire of the legal profession. We have a rich library with a mixture of printed and online legal databases. We have printed version of All England Commercial Cases, Indian Digest of Supreme Court cases, Yearbook Commercial Arbitration of Wolter Kluwer and most law reports of Bangladesh. We subscribe to the online legal database Manuputra providing access to most reputed law reports. Read more