is an associate at Afridi & Angell who joined the firm in 2016. His practice covers corporate and commercial, M&A, and labour and employment law. He advises clients in domestic and cross-border transactions in connection with acquisitions, divestitures and corporate restructuring matters, as well as with the employment issues arising therefrom. Imran has contributed to publications relating to employment law.
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