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Barrister Sabrina Zarin | Partner | Top Female Lawyer in Bangladesh | Daily Star Article

The Gap in Our Laws That Needs to be Addressed in Bangladesh,  interviewee by Barrister Sabrina Zarin, Partner, FM Associates, interviewed in Daily Star.


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For a workplace without harassment | Barrister Sabrina Zarin | Partner | Top Female Lawyer in Bangladesh | Daily Star Article

Women in Bangladesh desperately need better legislation in the fight against sexual violence - Barrister Sabrina Zarin

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For a workplace without harassment | Barrister Sabrina Zarin | Partner | Top Female Lawyer in Bangladesh | Daily Star Article

A constant and continuous voice has been raised to battle the violence and sexual harassment that takes place against women every day around the globe, whether it be in a workplace, or in public places. Women often do not report such incidents, and sometimes refrain from complaining, thinking of the social stigmas they are likely to encounter. - Barrister Sabrina Zarin

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For a workplace without harassment | Barrister Sabrina Zarin | Partner | Top Female Lawyer in Bangladesh | Daily Star Article

Having dual citizenship has become a matter of concern for many citizens of Bangladesh due to the high interest in migrating to different countries of the world from Bangladesh. People from Bangladesh are moving towards the western countries to avail a higher standard of living and better opportunities for earning their livelihood. - Barrister Sabrina Zarin

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Killing cannot be justice, the title speaks louder for itself, written by Barrister Al Amin Rahman, Managing Partner, FM Associates.


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Without access to safe food the whole purpose of living gets nullified. In this everlasting and fast growing population, ensuring proper and healthy food has become a great deal of a challenge in Bangladesh. A well addressed article written by Barrister Sabrina Zarin, Partner, FM Associates


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Death Penalty: A denial of Human Rights

It is a common phenomena among the humans to be angry and furious about matters that are beyond their understanding of the civilised, social and cultural norms, crimes are often interpreted as an action of immorality, that is true, however, to hate the criminal more than the crime, can often be considered as an expression of anger, sometimes to a personal level. Lets see what the international and national law regarding Death Penalty tells us about, an articles written by Barrister Al Amin Rahman, Managing Partner, FM Associates.


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A great piece of writing by Barrister Al Amin Rahman, a foreign investment expert in Bangladesh and the Managing Partner of FM Associates, in regards to the Bengal Initiative For Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) Summit, concluded in Kathmandu on 30th and 31st August of 2018.


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We have heard of right to Freedom of Expression, now, in the era of vast information technology, there arises questions of Right to Privacy, and then in the thin borderline of the above two, questions as to Right to Anonymity seems to be an ultimate need, the same has been addressed by Barrister Al Amin Rahman, Managing Partner, FM Associates.

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Overseas Insurance Relating To Public Projects in Bangladesh - a contemporary article published in the Daily Sun on 9th September 2018 written by our  Junior Partner Barrister Sarjean Rahman Lian, Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh.


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Death Penalty: A denial of Human Rights

Proposed Amendments to the Labour Act 2006

A sudden and also a much awaiting proposed amendments to the Labour Act 2006 has been published, Barrister Sabrina Zarin, Partner, FM Associates and labour law expert in Bangladesh and an employment lawyer has written a masterpiece.


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Practice of Tort Law in Bangladesh must be more frequently to solve problems in our daily lives. Barrister Al Amin Rahman, check New Age.


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The Proposed income tax rules is a masterpiece written by Barrister AHM Belal Chowdhury, it has widened up the current position of the concerned law, and criticized the flaws of the existing provisions, check Daily Star.


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Barrister Belal Chowdhury our tax consultant talked about the tax cells at the airport, which is a growing concern for all those who wants to derive tax free benefits out of their Travelling Experience. Check Daily Sun.


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Death Penalty: A denial of Human Rights

In the light of recent events, Relocation of Commercial Entities has become a significant issue for many different companies and corporations. Barrister Al Amin Rahman has discussed it in Daily Sun.


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Recently Britain has taken up a national vote to find out what does the heart of British people says about being associated with European Union. They have decided to exit, however, its effect in Bangladesh is the matter of concerned. check Daily Sun.


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The process adopted by the banks and other financial institutions in order to recover loans could be a troublesome process for both the Person involved in the transaction. Here Barrister Al Amin Rahman have something to say about the loan recovery process on Daily Star.


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In The Bangladesh: Legal Times, Barrister Al Amin Rahman wrote about Reshaping the labour laws through the introduction of Labour Rules 2015 towards a sustainable regime in a coherent direction: a trick or treat?


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Doctors are in Bangladesh can do anything and everything, it's not entirely true. Here is an article regarding the application of medical negligence in Bangladesh by the Managing Partner, FM Associates, Al Amin Rahman.


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For a workplace without harassment | Barrister Sabrina Zarin | Partner | Top Female Lawyer in Bangladesh | Daily Star Article

What does the law says about employee termination - Barrister Sabrina Zarin

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The curse of Air Pollution | |Barrister Sabrina Zarin | Partner | Top Female Lawyer in Bangladesh | Daily Star Article

WHEN the green woods laugh with the voice of joy, | And the dimpling stream runs laughing by; | When the air does laugh with our merry wit, | And the green hill laughs with the noise of it… as nicely narrated by William Blake… - Barrister Sabrina Zarin

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The curse of Air Pollution | |Barrister Sabrina Zarin | Partner | Top Female Lawyer in Bangladesh | Daily Star Article

When you are in high level in an organisation, critisism is highly deadly - Barrister Sabrina Zarin

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For a workplace without harassment | Barrister Sabrina Zarin | Partner | Top Female Lawyer in Bangladesh | Daily Star Article

Let’s not abuse the laws meant to protect women - Barrister Sabrina Zarin

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For a workplace without harassment | Barrister Sabrina Zarin | Partner | Top Female Lawyer in Bangladesh | Daily Star Article

Sometimes suicide seems like the only option, but it is not - Barrister Sabrina Zarin

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Without access to safe food the whole purpose of living gets nullified. In this everlasting and fast growing population, ensuring proper and healthy food has become a great deal of a challenge in Bangladesh. A well addressed article written by Barrister Sabrina Zarin, Partner, FM Associates


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Death Penalty: A denial of Human Rights

Proposed Amendments to the Labour Act 2006

A sudden and also a much awaiting proposed amendments to the Labour Act 2006 has been published, Barrister Sabrina Zarin, Partner, FM Associates and labour law expert in Bangladesh and an employment lawyer has written a masterpiece.


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Death Penalty: A denial of Human Rights

Arbitration Act 2001 (hereinafter referred to as the “2001 Act”) is the primary statute for the governing laws with regards to arbitration in Bangladesh and was drafted based on the UNCITRAL Model Law.

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Death Penalty: A denial of Human Rights

The dispute among shareholders within a company puts emphasis on the concern as to who are in control of management of the company and who should have a direct mode of complaint to the court if they can show that the affairs of the company are being run in a manner which is prejudicial to the interests of the company.


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Death Penalty: A denial of Human Rights

Combating Sexual Harassment in Workplace

"Women”... yes, that is the first word that comes to our mind when we hear sexual harassment. And it’s always the women who are being accused. Her way of talking, her ways of dressing or even her natural beauty are considered the reasons behind the attack on her. - Barrister Sabrina Zarin

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