The Firm has a broad range of experience in handling white collar crime cases, particularly relating to the National Accountability Bureau. In past years, the Firm has successfully assisted senior counsel in several appeals before both the High Court of Sindh and the Lahore High Court challenging convictions under the National Accountability Ordinance, 1999. Members of the Firm also assisted senior counsel in representing Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, in various cases relating to the freezing and seizure of properties allegedly held on her behalf.  More recently, members of the Firm assisted senior counsel in matters related to the Bank of Punjab and the National Police Foundation before the Supreme Court of Pakistan. The Firm represented the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan before the Supreme Court in a case involving the plea of double jeopardy raised by an accused under the provisions of the Companies Ordinance, 1984 on account of his prior conviction under the National Accountability laws. The Firm has also acted against the Federal Investigation Agency and the National Accountability Bureau on behalf of one of the country’s most high-profile real estate development projects. The Firm is currently acting for a public listed company and its management in an inquiry initiated by the National Accountability Bureau on account of an STR issued by one of the company’s banks.