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Representing Basic Dredging Limited Company (BDCL) in an arbitration and court proceedings arising out of breach of contract in relation to land development work by BDLC by dredging the river Buriganga along Dhaka-Maowa for the Jhilmil Residential Project (one of the largest residential projects in the capital city) of RAJUK (Capital Development Authority).
Status: Lower court proceedings on-going to set aside the arbitral award we secured for our client
Representing GBB Power Limited, a major player in the power sector in Bangladesh, in arbitration proceedings against a government-owned gas supplier regarding a contractual dispute where the central issue is the extent to which bills can be adjusted based on higher heating value.
Status: arbitration proceedings
Representing a high profile customer of a private bank in High Court Proceedings where the main issue is the scope of the statutory duties of the Bangladesh Bank, the central bank of Bangladesh and the sole regulator of the banking sector, in particular, the extent to which the Bangladesh Bank can and should intervene in a dispute between a private bank and a customer.
Status: Awaiting judgment
Representing Pubali Bank Limited, the largest private commercial bank having 435 branches, in High Court Proceedings where the main issue is the scope of the statutory duties of the Securities and Exchange Commission in according consent for raising capital through Initial Public Offering.
Representing the former General Sales Agent of Gulf Air in multiple court proceedings arising out of a contractual dispute regarding incentives and commissions amounting to over Tk. 100,000,00,00.00 (Hundred Crores Taka).
Representing Concord Pragatee Consortium Limited in High Court Proceedings challenging the legality of award of tender worth Tk. 600,000,00,00.00 to Tk. 1000,000,00,00.00 (six hundred to one thousand crores taka) for construction of a power plant.
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Original Source The appointment of Justice A.B.M. Khairul Haque to the prestigious office of Chief Justice of Bangladesh, superseding two senior judges Justice M.A. Matin and Justice Shah Abu Nayeem M.R., brings to the fore perplexing questions regarding the many alleged ramifications of judicial supersession (judicial appointment disregarding seniority) on the independence of the judiciary.
Original Source Absence of a right of appeal in the ICT Act in a case where a person may be put behind bars for up to a year is definitely a step backwards when one considers the global trend in relation to contempt of court.
Original Source The International Crimes Tribunal-2 on Thursday issued warrant of arrest against veteran freedom fighter Zafrullah Chowdhury as he failed to pay the fine imposed by the tribunal for contempt of court within the stipulated time of seven days of awarding the sentence.