ARK Law Associates is a vibrant Law Firm with proactive team of senior, seasoned and young lawyers with vast experience and capability of handling wide ranged and complex legal issues of companies, corporations, governmental entities and individuals.
We are proud of being one of the unique Law Firms in the region which can provide solutions to issues ranging from highly complex matters relating to the emerging fields of law to the conventional disputes with equal excellence. We provide expert assistance to our clients in litigation by representation before all judicial, qusai-judicial forums and regulatory authorities as well as provide legal consultancy in various branches of law, inter alia, corporate law, commercial law, business laws, labor laws, banking and finance, real estate, housing projects, intellectual property laws, franchising, competition laws, corporate crimes, personal injury, environmental laws, Islamic/shariah law and civil laws.
ARK Law Associates is well versed in providing wide ranged corporate services. ARK Attorneys work with all types of legal/business entities, including limited liability companies, corporations, co-operative societies, nonprofit organizations, partnerships, and government agencies ranging from “Fortune 500” companies to small entities and sole proprietors. The firm has represented major business groups and corporations in Pakistan.
The Senior Partner of the Firm Mr. Altaf-ur-Rahman Khan is a leading attorney in the country in Real Estate and Property sector. With expertise and great command in real estate and property laws, all the ancillary matters, Mr. Khan has been involved in few landmark real estate transactions and housing development projects. He has also been the advisor of a major housing authority/society of the country for about two decades.
International trade law increasingly impacts organizations, as well as individuals, engaged in the cross-border trade of goods and services. The rules governing international trade are complex and corporations often find themselves having to navigate through an intricate network of multilateral, regional and bilateral trade agreements (as well as widely differing national laws and regulations).