Effective appellate advocacy requires experience and understanding of the distinct processes and workings of appellate courts. Winning an appeal draws on skills different from those needed at trial. Clients rely on us to analyze legal issues rigorously and creatively, write sophisticated, but readable, briefs and efficiently use the limited time at oral argument to persuade judges on the most critical points in dispute.
A law firm that provides more than legal advice and services
A law firm that provides more than legal advice and services
At Mohsin & Mohsin, we can arrange loans or finance new business ventures. We give legal advice and work on a variety of corporate and finance-related cases. We work for either a borrower (an individual or a company) or a lender (usually a bank/financial institution). Other issues we deal with include insolvency proceedings, defaults, fraud, and money-laundering regulations.
We know the industry, the products (including investment banking, derivatives, asset management, lending, trade finance, and retail/consumer finance), as well as the law.
Mohsin & Mohsin has represented large and small companies, shareholders, partners, and individuals in pursuing and defending claims arising out of business transactions. The firm’s counsel and representation include dealing with closely-held businesses and shareholder disputes, corporate governance litigation, complex business litigation, partnership litigation, franchise litigation, and intellectual property litigation.
Mohsin & Mohsin regularly advises and represents clients in all aspects of corporate governance issues in companies, partnerships, and other business entities. Our expertise includes advising officers, boards of directors, and shareholders on a wide range of business disputes, including fiduciary duties, employment issues with minority and majority shareholders, executive compensation, and claims by shareholders, internal investigations, and other aspects of corporate governance.
Our commercial litigation practice covers virtually every type and size of business imaginable. Our clients include individuals, proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability entities, trusts, public companies, and joint ventures. We advise and represent corporate clients, both large and small, foreign and domestic, in areas of complex commercial litigation, including breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, business torts, unfair and deceptive trade practices, trade secrets and non-competition agreements, shareholder litigation, franchise and distribution conflicts, and other commercial disputes.
We pride ourselves on preparing carefully planned, creative, and cost-effective strategies for the successful pursuit, defense, and/or resolution of all types of business disputes. From the boardroom to the courtroom, Mohsin & Mohsin has the experience to guide both small businesses and large, companies through complex commercial disputes.
We at Mohsin & Mohsin provide our services to negotiate and draft agreements between the parties involved in a construction project. We work from the beginning of the project, opening up contracts to completion, registration of the work, and carrying out necessary formalities for the project. Mohsin & Mohsin also represents clients in litigation involving real estate, and assisting clients about issues arising from the development of real estate, breaches of agreements and disputes involving real estate.
Our experience in how businesses work; their strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats, enables us to give you practical, commercially viable advice for your business. Informed by our knowledge of regulators, suppliers, and customers, we help you develop the right business model, foster strategic relationships, navigate complex regulation, manage risks, and address challenges your business faces every day for your industry.
At Mohsin & Mohsin, we are informed, insightful & practical therefore we can help you in developing strategies i.e. identifying the key issues and developing the right approach; building Relationships i.e. joint ventures, outsourcings, major contracts; forming structures i.e. operating structures, procurement, sales, and distribution networks; implementing security i.e. risk management and regulatory compliance, assessments and audits, policies and procedures and by providing Practical help with operational issues as they arise.
Mohsin & Mohsin provides end-to-end transactional solutions to our clients, across a wide range of capital strategies and funding structures. We provide tailored, practical, and innovative advice to help your organization achieve its objectives. We help clients that are in early conversations about company formation; are seeking to raise capital; and need guidance concerning real-estate, governance, or other business-related matters.
The structure of business transactions is – Contracts
Business relationships from joint ventures to key suppliers and Business structures from supply chains to marketing channels are managed by contracts. Mohsin & Mohsin has the knowledge & experience to handle complex contracts.
We have the expertise to evaluate and handle cases arising out of Family Laws. With our experience and a focused team approach, we offer our clients a wide range of services and approaches tailored to the individual case, from straight-forward negotiation to mediation and arbitration, strategic consultation and planning, and, when needed, the advocacy to the areas of divorce, custody, maintenance, and appeals.
Individuals or business executives facing potential criminal charges need experienced, hardworking, and capable professionals of a law firm to minimize the risk and reputational damage of indictment, prosecution, and trial. When confronted with any investigation initiated by Government Departments or Agencies, it is crucial to engage a firm having the capacity & capability to effectively respond to a criminal investigation.
We at Mohsin & Mohsin manage the impact of crime and regulatory enforcement on Corporate Entities & Business Houses by working with you to limit the impact these events can have on your business.
We at Mohsin & Mohsin are committed to progressive civil rights work. We represent individuals and entities who have been the victim of harassment, coercion, intimidation, and physical violence or discrimination, as well as those whose constitutional rights have been violated by the government, the police, employers, or others. We pride ourselves on serving the needs of our clients by providing the highest quality legal services through the vigorous enforcement of the constitution and laws protecting civil rights.
Information Technology practice is not limited to the software industry. We advise and represent clients and vendors in information technology and other outsourcing matters. We deal with legal issues relating to software, digital content, and electronic data and work to achieve the best solution to the most complex disputes, whether through negotiations, arbitrations, or litigation. We will help you assess, mitigate or defend the new risks and endless opportunities provided by technology.
Mohsin & Mohsin represents clients in patent, copyright, and trademark litigation. Our patent practice includes cases concerning infringement and obviousness, equivalency, inequitable conduct, and willful infringement. The firm has experience in the defense and prosecution of suits alleging trademark and copyright violations. We provide legal advice, prepare and draft legal documents, and conduct negotiations on behalf of clients on matters associated with protecting intellectual capital, utilizing patent law, copyright law, and licensing.
The Corporate Sector is shaping its legal teams and looking at new ways of sourcing legal work efficiently and cost-effectively as the legal market is changing. The banking and financial services sector is also changing thanks to new regulations and technology. Mohsin & Mohsin can lend you its support by handling legal work that is vital to the business but not strategic, so you can focus on your business and as your team members, day-to-day essentials are looked after by us.
Litigation calls for experience, decisive judgment, and steady nerves because it is complex and demanding.
At Mohsin & Mohsin, we work hard to defend your hard-won advantage or to implement new business strategies. You need thoughtful, effective, and timely advice — advice that is pragmatic, creative, and backed by experience.
Whether our clients use the courts to achieve their business goals or defend a suit, we have the needed experience. We successfully defend, as well as litigate or mediate claims. We provide smart and clear advice from seasoned litigators to resolve your disputes. When we accept an engagement, it is because we have the industry knowledge and litigation skills to solve litigation matters with the least cost and distraction to you.
Government regulation increasingly touches critical aspects of every major industry – whether you are curing disease, supplying medical devices, purchasing/selling/ generating energy products, or developing cutting-edge technologies to connect with your customers. At, Mohsin & Mohsin we believe that regulation is neither a force to be feared nor an obstacle to be overcome. Regulation is simply a reality of doing business today, and the organizations that understand it holistically and navigate it well are the ones that will succeed. That mindset is the foundation of our Regulatory practice. One shorthand as go – the opposite of no, slow, and all that regulation more typically represents – because the strength of our Regulatory Practice is its focus on moving our clients’ businesses forward. We partner with your business to create smart, operational solutions that mitigate risk, create new opportunities, and power your enterprise to advance.
The term strategic communications are often used without much thought to what makes communications strategic. At Mohsin & Mohsin, we think about how everything we say and do will take our clients from start to finish. That means not just making persuasive arguments to decision-makers, but thinking about the context in which decisions will be made. We provide clients with a complete solution that spans media relations, crisis communications, litigation communications, and reputation management.
Accounting is the strategic practice of formally recording, analysing, and communicating information about financial transactions. It’s consultative, data-driven work that impacts every corner of the modern business world. The accounting and legal fields are closely associated especially in cases of tax, audits, and business valuation. Chartered accountants and lawyers often work together to accurately prepare cases for litigation.
Banking is an industry that deals with credit facilities, storage for cash, investments, and other financial transactions. The banking industry is one of the key drivers of most economies because it channels funds to borrowers with productive investments. Banking and finance litigation typically arises over specific loans, trades, transactions, or financial products, or disputes and investigations concerning stock and commodities exchanges, pricing, disclosure, management, servicing issues, and defaults. Banking and finance dispute resolution encompasses the management of all conflicts relating to the validity and execution of banking and financial operations, as well as the civil, criminal, and disciplinary liability of companies acting in the banking and finance sector and their directors.
We focus on the rights of consumers and on issues relevant to businesses whose operations implicate or are impacted by the statutory and consumer protection laws.
Construction Litigation involves the representation of stakeholders involved in a governmental, commercial, or residential construction project. Stakeholders are typically owners, contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, architects, engineers, and construction managers. Alike real estate development, or property development, is a business process, encompassing activities that range from the renovation and re-lease of existing buildings to the purchase of land and the sale of developed land or parcels to others. Property disputes often arise from a breach of contract, real estate fraud, co-owner disputes, specific performance property disputes, disagreements over property lines, responsibility for repairs on construction, blocked views, rightful ownership, zoning issues, or who is at fault for property damage.
DFIs are specialised institutions aimed at fulfilling certain policy objectives of providing finance to those market segments that are unlikely to be funded by the commercial financial sector. Apart from this, DFIs are also particularly important to the general market during crises, when they can counteract the pro-cyclical nature of financial markets that constrains credit during economic downturns. We have represented a variety of financial institutions in Pakistan. In addition, as avenues of competition develop among the banking, insurance, and securities industries, we bring our capabilities in all of these industries to bear in our representation of financial institutions in litigation matters. We handle complex litigation matters for banks and other financial institutions and deal with a broad array of lending-related and other financial business disputes.
Information technology law (also called Cyber Law) concerns the law of information technology, including computing and the internet. It raises specific issues of intellectual property in computing and online, contract law, privacy, freedom of expression, and jurisdiction.
IP involves disputes relating to the protected creations of the human mind, including discoveries, inventions, artistic works, processes, and products. Patent infringement refers to the unauthorised use of a patented invention, at which point litigation can arise.
Communications and media law encompasses all legal issues affecting the media and telecommunications industries. These issues include free speech issues, defamation, copyright, and censorship.
Insurance is a contract, represented by a policy, in which an individual or entity receives financial protection or reimbursement against losses, from an insurance company. The company pools clients’ risks to make payments more affordable for the insured. Insurance disputes can be litigated both before a civil court or insurance tribunal or a consumer forum. We at Mohsin & Mohsin handle legal matters related to insurance laws and insurance regulations. Insurance law involves issues and disputes arising from the sale, use, and payment of insurance policies, including insurance bad faith and insurance fraud.
The manufacturing sector faces a range of challenges such as regulation compliance, dealer disputes, intellectual property disputes, and licensing arrangements. We at Mohsin & Mohsin provide a unique perspective on these and other emerging issues in the manufacturing industry. We understand our client’s unique business structures and our services take into account the matrix structure and specific reporting requirements.
The medical device industry is a diverse, innovative, and dynamic sector. There are differences between the regulatory systems and required documents for registration in different countries. Pakistan is one of the countries that has implemented regulations for medical devices. The manufacturers & distributors are required to comply with the regulations accordingly. A medical device that has been approved by the US FDA may not be able to enter the market in Pakistan without the DRAP’s approval, even though it has undertaken the most stringent procedures in the world mandated by the US FDA. In Pakistan, DRAP regulates the sale of medical device products (including diagnostic tests) and monitors the safety of all regulated medical products. The medical devices, diagnostics, and med-tech industries are highly-regulated and we at Mohsin & Mohsin help our clients to comply with laws & registration of their medical devices.
A non-bank financial institution (NBFI) is a financial institution that does not have a full banking license and cannot accept deposits from the public. However, NBFIs do facilitate alternative financial services, such as investment (both collective and individual), risk pooling, financial consulting, and brokering. Non-bank financial institutions include insurance firms and venture capitalists. These non-bank financial institutions provide services that are not necessarily suited to banks, serve as competition to banks, and specialise in sectors or groups. NBFIs are engaged in the business of loans and advances, acquisition of shares/stocks/bonds/debentures/securities issued by government or local authority or other marketable securities of a like nature, leasing, hire-purchase, and insurance. We work on deals as part of the team.
Retail refers to the activity of selling goods or services directly to consumers or end-users in contrast to wholesaling, which is sales to business or institutional customers. A retailer purchases goods in large quantities from manufacturers, directly or through a wholesaler, and then sells in smaller quantities to consumers for a profit. Some retailers may sell to business customers, and such sales are termed non-retail activity. Business owners require legal advice on issues that affect businesses, such as taxation, business transactions, and intellectual property rights.