Practice Areas by Department
Admiralty, Maritime and Ship Arrest
Bangladesh is a maritime country with 710 KM of coastline at the vertex of the Bay of Bengal. It has two major seaports largest and busiest one is in Chittagong
Commercial Transactions, International Trade
GDP wise Bangladesh is the 33rd largest economy of the world. It is the 2nd largest Garments producer of the world. Certainly, the country has made its name as Emerging Tiger in South East Asia which is contributing to developing
Construction & Engineering
Construction and Engineering related works are taking place at a large scale in Bangladesh in almost all sectors Legal assistance of procurement works of various construction of different public projects under G2G, PPP
Foreign Investment and Business set up
Bangladesh is the 2nd largest garments manufacturer of the world; hence it attracts huge foreign investments in this sector. Foreign Investors who have already invested in Bangladesh are investing in other business sectors.
The Companies Act 1994 is the enabling act in Bangladesh which deals with entire companies affairs; whether it is private, public or company limited by guarantee etc. While company formation and business setup formalities are matters of investment
Cross Border Matters
Bangladesh is one of the leading manufacturers of garments, pharmaceutical and leather goods. The volume of international trade in different parts of the world is increasing due to the expansion of trade. As trade volume grows,
Information Technology is now an Integral part of companies’ life. There are unique regulatory compliance within each jurisdiction and distinct reporting obligations. Besides, so much data is placed in the electronic format
Global Investment & Citizenship
In an era of Globalization, visa-free travel and ease of mobility not only bridges the gap between nations and international businesses but also saves much needed time and money, which are an absolute essential
Fruad and White collar crimes
Bangladesh is an emerging tiger in South East Asia as it has a skilled labor force and a strong collective desire to eliminate poverty. The country on its entirety is trying to improve its living standard and per capita income.
International law usually falls into two different categories. Public International law and Private international law. Public international law is the set of rules, agreements and treaties that are binding between countries
Due to the increase of volumes of trade & investment and cross-border transactions involving Bangladesh, cross-border agreements are being signed with popular arbitration clause of ICC, SIAC, HKIAC, ICSID etc.
Marine Insurance was the earliest well-developed kind of insurance having its origins in the Greek and Rome. In Bangladeshi context, marine insurance is very much relevant since Bangladesh is a maritime nation
Labour, Service tribunals & realted matters
Labour and employment legal issues are very common in the business sector of Bangladesh. Whether it is a small enterprise or giant MNC dealing with employment law is a regular affair for them.
Judicial Review of Administrative Action
Irrespective of any individual sector in which our clients operate, everyone is subjected to some kind of regulations whether it relates to their specific sector in which they operate or common matters like taxation, banking, land acquisition etc
Real Estate and Property Matters
Procurement, Bidding & Government Contracts.
In recent years there has been increasing amount of public spending on infrastructure & development projects like building new roads, highways, power plants, bridges & flyovers, land and sea ports, rail links, multipurpose overpasses etc
Power, Energy and Infrastructure projects
Rahman’s Chambers is one of the leading law firms in providing legal services in power sector. From the very inception the firm advises both foreign and local clients on power and energy matters.
Shipbuilding and Shipbreaking matters
Gradually, the reputation of Bangladesh as a shipbuilding nation is growing internationally. As the industry grows so does the disputes between the shipbuilders and purchasers. Shipbuilding is a huge investment project
VAT, Tax and Customs Matters
VAT, Tax and Customs related legal support is high in demand in Bangladesh. Particularly for companies, new investors & entrepreneurs knowing the different formalities involving taxation