International law usually falls into two different categories. Public International law and Private international law. Public international law is the set of rules, agreements and treaties that are binding between countries. It generally comes from three sources: treaties, customs and general principles of law. Public international law concerns the relationships between nations and international organizations.
Private international law, on the other hand, is a body of rules used to resolve legal disputes between private individuals who cross international boundaries. Where a dispute is between two parties in different countries with different legal systems, private international law helps a court or tribunal determine applicable forum for resolution of disputes and which country’s substantive law will be used to decide the matter. Although it is called ‘international law’ it is in fact a body of domestic law, and each country has its own set of private international law.
Due to flow of global investment and trade, international law is becoming increasingly relevant for states, international organization and multinational corporation. International lawyers represent countries, international organization, state enterprises and MNCs in both contentious and non-contentious matters. Rahman’s Chambers advises clients on both contentious and non-contentious matters involving international law.
Our services includes:
Negotiating and drafting inter-governmental and host government agreements concerning cross-border trade, investment and cooperation
G2G and PPP project finance and infrastructure projects involving international law
Rights and obligations under international trade law agreements, international intellectual property law agreements and related international environmental law agreements
International arbitration under bilateral investment treaties and multilateral investment treaties before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), ICC and SARCO.
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