Mahbub & Company was established in 1995 under under the leadership of A.M. Mahbub Uddin, Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln's Inn, UK). Starting with a team of 5, the firm has now grown to 12 including 5 English trained Barristers.
The firm has made a name for itself in dispute resolution with a strong litigation practice in the Supreme Court and the District Courts of Dhaka and the port city of Chittagong. The firm's arbitration practice focuses on cross-border commercial disputes and disputes involving Government departments and is growing fast with wider use of alternative dispute resolution methods.
Mahbub & Company advises large multinationals and local businesses in Bangladesh spread across the construction, energy, real-estate, consumer product, banking and shipping industries and is a full-service firm with a dedicated corporate team. Members of the firm have expertise in a wide range of areas of law and regularly participate in policy-level meetings on legislative reform.
The Head of Chambers, A.M. Mahbub Uddin, is a well-known and respected figure in the legal profession and currently is one of fourteen elected members of the Bangladesh Bar Council, the highest regulatory body for lawyers in the country and since 2012 the Secretary of the Supreme Court Bar Association. He has over 20 years of litigation experience and regularly appears before the Supreme Court particularly in matters of judicial review. He also has immense expertise in white-collar crime, commercial law and banking litigation. He has been representing a former Prime Minister and her family in corruption charges since 2007, he was legal adviser of the Bangladesh Cricket Board from 2001-2006 and advised Occidental Petroleum Corporation in a dispute with the Bangladesh Government following a gas-field explosion in 1997.