All members of Bretton Woods Law, London (“BWL”) are delighted to announce that Bretton Woods Law Canada (“BWLC”) opened its doors to clients in Montreal’s fashionable and avant-garde ‘old quarter’ on Monday, 12th October 2015. Ayman Daher and Alan Sarhan are the two partners leading the efforts of this new and dynamic law firm, which has a specialisation within Canada and elsewhere on governance, compliance and business risk, as well as the traditional Public International Law practice areas normally associated with BWL.
Ayman and Alan, who are supported internationally by the team at BWL, are highly talented and accomplished lawyers at the Quebec bar, who have unparalleled experience within Canada in dealing with anti-corruption issues within large multinational North American companies, including defending companies accused by the Multilateral Development Banks (e.g., African Development Bank (“AfDB”), the Asian Development Bank (“AsDB”) and the World Bank Group) of having in engaged in sanctionable practices on MDB financed projects.
With comprehensive assistance provided as necessary from BWL barristers, BWLC will advise and help Canadian and other companies in all aspects of anti-corruption work, including the design and implementation of ‘gold standard’ integrity compliance programmes.
To learn more about BWLC and to view the profiles of Ayman and Alan, visit our sister website at www.brettonwoodslaw.ca
Posted by: Lee Marler and Neil Macaulay – BWL’s Co-Heads of Chambers