Mumtaz and Brohi

Muhammad Mumtaz Ali

Barrister Muhammad Mumtaz Ali is the co- founder of Mumtaz & Brohi. He is an Advocate Supreme Court practicing law in Pakistan since 2004. He obtained his law degree from the University of London, UK in 2003 and was called to the Bar at the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in 2005. 

Mr. Mumtaz has extensive experience in corporate, commercial and constitutional litigation. He has handled litigation in courts, provided legal consultancy, and appeared before quasi-judicial and specialized for various institutional clients such as Civil Aviation Authority, Sambu Construction, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, National Highway Authority, Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited, Pakistan Telecommunication Mobile Limited, Deloitte Pakistan, China State Construction Engineering Corporation, Pakistan Television Corporation, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority and National Database and Registration Authority.

Mr. Mumtaz is an arbitration expert and known for conducting arbitrations in FIDIC based construction disputes. He has previously conducted arbitrations on behalf of National Highway Authority, Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Sambu Construction Co Ltd, and various private construction contractors. He also acted as an arbitrator after his appointment from the court as Sole Arbitrator in a construction dispute.

Mr. Mumtaz has remained as Additional Advocate General for Government of Punjab at Supreme Court of Pakistan and as Assistant Attorney General for Government of Pakistan at Islamabad High Court. As law officer, he represented the governments and its ministries, divisions and departments before Supreme Court of Pakistan and Islamabad High Court in diverse constitutional, administrative and service matters. 

Mr. Mumtaz has also worked as Legal Advisor (Corporate Affairs) for National Logistic Cell (NLC), a government organization, with the largest logistic and construction business in Pakistan. He also acted as legal counsel for Frontier Works Organization (FWO) for drafting and negotiation of Concession Agreement for conversion of NHA’s 4 lane Karachi Hyderabad Superhighway into a 6 lane Motorway (M-9) on a Public Private Partnership basis.

Mr. Mumtaz has also been a visiting lecturer at various law colleges affiliated with the University of London, where he taught the Law of Contract. He also taught Corporate and Business Law to the students of ACCA.