S. AHMED SARWANA2017-12-22T12:00:12+00:00

Project Description

S Ahmed Sarwana

AddressAbraham & Sarwana, Advocates Solicitors, IP Attorneys, MZ-3, PIDC House, Dr. Ziauddin Road, Karachi, Pakistan, Postcode: 75530
Phone(+92) 21 568 73 60
Education– LL.M. University of Pennsylvania, USA (1967)
– LL.B. University of Karachi, Pakistan (1963)
– B.A. University of Karachi, Pakistan (1961)
Bar Admission– Senior Advocate (QC), Supreme Court of Pakistan
– Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan
– Admitted to Practice, High Court of West Pakistan, Karachi
Work ExperienceLondon Court of International Arbitration; WIOP International Arbitrators and Mediators; Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre; Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration; International Chamber of Commerce, Pakistan; Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration; Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration; American Arbitration Association-ICDR; Singapore International Arbitration Centre.
Present Position– Arbitrator
– Counsel
– Senior Advocate (QC), Supreme Court of Pakistan
Past positions
Publications– “Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Pakistan”, published in Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Asia and the Pacific, Center for International Legal Studies, Salzburg, Austria, 2006
– “Pakistan and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitration Clauses”, IPBA Journal No. 38, June 2005
– “Commercial Laws of Pakistan”, Edition: 2005, 1993 and 1980; “Patent and Trade Marks Laws of Pakistan”, Edition: 1993 and 1980, published in “Digest of Commercial Laws of the World” Oceana Publications, New York
– “Economic Consideration in Boundary Making”, Pakistan Horizon, Vol. 2, P. 213 (1969)
– Arresting of Ships-Chapter on Pakistan Law, Publisher: Lloyds of London Press, London; Author of Pakistan Chapter for “Expert System-Interactive Software for International Contracts”, Prepared by WillmerHale Counsellors-at-Law, Boston, Mass., USA (Revised yearly since 1993)
– Contributor: Brooks Notary, l0th Edn. Published by: Sweet and Maxwell, London; Chief Guest and Key Note Speaker, “Advocacy Training Program Pakistan”, Organized by British Council, Karachi
LanguagesEnglish and Urdu