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The Law Counsel

The Law Counsel is headed by Abdur Razzaq, who splits his time between the UK and Bangladesh. and is particularly noted for his arbitration expertise. The firm also provides banking, corporate, IP and TMT advice, and recently assisted a major US-based IT company with making its digital content available to consumers in Bangladesh via online stores. Ehsan Siddiq is the other key figure, advising on commercial, administrative and employment law.

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