The Firm takes a special interest in all areas of potential legal and regulatory reform. The Firm was engaged by the Competitiveness Support Fund, which is associated with the Ministry of Finance, to advise with respect to the repeal of the Arbitration Act, 1940 and its replacement by a new arbitration regime. A Member of the Firm was engaged by the World Bank with respect to its review of insolvency laws in Pakistan. The Firm has also been engaged by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan to assist in revising and reviewing the draft Corporate Rehabilitation Act. A member of the Firm was engaged as a legal consultant in connection with an ADB funded project relating to improving energy efficiency in Pakistan. In 2007, the Firm was engaged by senior counsel to advise the State Bank of Pakistan with respect to the constitutional vires of the proposed Financial Services Act. The Firm was also engaged in 2007 on behalf of USAID to prepare a report on regulatory reform in Pakistan  The Firm has also advised the Punjab Government on issues such as the abolition of benami laws and the Punjab Urban Road Transport program. In addition, a member of the Firm acted as the lead draftsman while assisting the State Bank of Pakistan and the Banking Law Review Commission in preparing a revised corporate insolvency regime. The Firm has also been engaged by multilateral and international institutions such as the Asian Development Bank and the Asia Foundation to prepare reports on topics such as private sector involvement in hydropower generation and judicial independence in Pakistan. The Firm has advised Oxford Policy Management in connection with the drafting of legislation for the Government of the Punjab.