Mushtaq Namdarkhan is a Partner at BLC Robert within the Disputes Resolution department and is mainly involved in corporate/commercial litigations and arbitrations as well as insolvency and restructuring transactions. Mushtaq regularly appears before the Commercial and Bankruptcy Divisions of the Supreme Court of Mauritius in shareholder disputes, banking litigation and construction disputes among others, as well as before the Designated Judges under the International Arbitration Act in applications involving the International Arbitration Act and the Convention for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards Act. He is also involved in a number of high-value domestic and international commercial arbitrations.
Mushtaq has co-authored the BLC Robert publication “Why Mauritius? A National Court in Support of International Arbitration” in 2016 and regularly contributes in the “Chambers Global Practice Guides” on Insolvency. He also intervened as a speaker at the East Africa International Arbitration Conference in 2016 on “East African courts and support for Arbitration”. Mushtaq teaches civil law (contract) at the Institute of Judicial and Legal Studies.
Prior to joining BLC Robert, Mushtaq was an associate in the Restructuring and Insolvency Group at the London office of Herbert Smith (now Herbert Smith Freehills), a leading international law firm where he spent a total of four years.