MR RAJA UMAIR MUSTAFA
Mr Raja Umair Mustafa is practicing as an Advocate since February 2014 and is a life member of the District and High Court Bar Association of Islamabad. Mr Mustafa is an experienced litigator appearing regularly in Civil, Criminal, Family, and Rent matters and is currently engaged in several high-profile Rental Power Cases (RPP) under trial before the Accountability Courts.
MUHAMMAD FAISAL IFTIKHAR
Mr Faisal Iftikhar is an advocate of the High Court and specializes in civil litigation, arbitration, and general legal consultancy. He has a vast practice in cases relating to property and contractual disputes
HUGH MATHEW JONES
Mr Hugh Mathew Jones has more than 35 years’ experience as a Chartered Accountant. He is now a consultant having previously been a partner in two of the UK’s top 10 accountancy practices for 19 years. His experience lies in the specialist fields of valuation, forensic and investigations, and corporate finance. He was the national head of both the Corporate Finance and Forensic Services departments of PKF (UK) LLP. He also acted as Money Laundering Reporting Officer for PKF and sat on both the risk and professional indemnity committees. In addition, he has also worked as a finance director in both the software and car retailing industries. He has given evidence as an independent expert a number of times in the High Court of England and Wales and also before tribunals in international arbitrations.
Ms. Ameena Sohail is an advocate of the High Court. She is an alumni of the University of London and has extensively served both the private and public sectors over the last twenty years. She has a strong commitment to improving governance through applying and observing applicable laws, thus leading to sustainable growth, improved performance, and efficiency of public and private sector entities. Her practice encompasses general commercial litigation and arbitration. She has served as Head of the Legal Wing at the Ministry of Information Technology & Telecom. Her areas of specialization include regulatory, corporate, and commercial matters relating to the power, telecom, and oil and gas sectors.
Ms. Sarah has done her undergrad from the university of London and LLM in corporate Finance from university of westminister, London. She is associated as an of counsel and carries out general corporate matters, re-structuring, capital markets, regulatory compliance and governance multi-jurisdictional transactional work and corporate advisory.
Mr Gia G. Jilani is a civil engineer by profession. His particular expertise and field of interest is in mega civil engineering construction projects and claims management, contract administration, and International Arbitrations. He has been working in engineering design, construction management, construction supervision, and contract administration for over 30 years.
Mr Jilani has administrated several international projects as Resident Engineer and Senior Resident Engineer on behalf of International Consultants and as Member of the Executive Boards of International Joint Ventures and Consortiums of Contractors. He also has extensive experience in contract administration and drafting claims under FIDIC Conditions of Contract and has been involved in several International Arbitrations (ICC & ICSID).
JUSTICE ALI NAWAZ CHOHAN (RETIRED)
Justice Ali Nawaz Chohan is a former Judge of the Lahore High Court having adjudicated constitutional matters; hundreds of murder references, criminal appeals, civil matters, company cases/ commercial cases/ and trademark cases acquiring a reputation of having versatile skills. He has also adjudicated National Accountability Cases against politicians and bureaucrats through bold and erudite decisions which have been reported in the National Law Journals. He has also made contributions through case law in areas covered by Islamic Jurisprudence. He served as the District and Sessions Judge in different important districts of Pakistan held the position of the Federal District Judge of the CaJustice Ali Nawaz Chohan (Retired)pital, Islamabad. He has also served as the Secretary, to the Government of the Punjab, Law and Parliamentary Affairs where he advised the government on legal issues, promulgating laws, supervising government litigation and overseeing parliamentary affairs and human rights issues. In addition he served as Chairman, Punjab Service Tribunal, Lahore, Pakistan, which involved hearing of appeals of Civil Servants pertaining to terms and conditions of their service. As Joint Secretary/D.G. Federal Ombudsman Secretariat, Islamabad, Pakistan he tried over 3,000 cases involving “mal-administration” on part of civil servants including violation of human rights and suggested curative measures to the Federal Government.