Dispute Resolution

Dispute resolution lawyers throughout our network represent full domestic businesses on litigation, arbitration, regulatory and mediation matters in Farama & Co.

We also have broad experience in corporate risk management and conflict management, advising senior level board members and executives of substantial corporates and banks.

Our global network includes many experienced former prosecutors, enabling us to represent clients effectively in the most difficult and sophisticated government investigations.

We provide a full and comprehensive service in most of the world’s major countries and have dealt with many of the problems generated by changes in the financial marketplace. Our network is ideally placed to handle the growing number of disputes. It is this ability to manage disputes around all the Iran and to coordinate proceedings that persuade many of our clients to instruct us.

We actively pursue all avenues of dispute resolution available and advise clients on choosing the method most appropriate to them and to a particular matter. Our main priority is to resolve disputes quickly and effectively with as little disruption to business as possible – recognition of this is central to how we approach any matter.

        Litigation, arbitration and dispute resolutionCurrently selected
        Anti-Bribery and Corruption
        Antitrust Disputes
        Aviation Disputes
        Banking, Finance and Securities Disputes
        Class Actions and Group Litigation
        Commercial and Contract Disputes
        Corporate Disputes and Corporate Governance
        Employment Disputes
        Energy Disputes
        Environmental Litigation
        Fraud & Asset Tracing
        Insurance Disputes
        Intellectual Property Disputes
        International Arbitration
        Investment Treaty Arbitration
        Pensions Disputes
        Public Law Litigation
        Real Estate Litigation and Planning Disputes
        Regulatory Investigations and White Collar Defence
        Restructuring and Insolvency Litigation
        Tax Disputes

Please Contact: Mr.  Vandad Arian
[email protected]


Is it possible to transit raw materials to Iran and then export them as manufactured goods with customs exemptions?

Yes, raw materials transited for manufacturing purposes are subject to customs exemptions. If for any reason duties are collected in the beginning, the sums received will be refunded after exporting the finished product.

At what price are imported second-hand machineries and equipment evaluated at the customs in Iran?

All goods imported to the country are evaluated based on their brand new price and only second-hand machineries and equipment which are imported for production lines and based on Foreign Investment Act are evaluated based on their actual (second-hand price).

Mr. Mohammad Reza Maleki

Office Tel: +98 9121023022
Email:[email protected]

Senior Partner
Bar Admissions
Tehran University, Faculty of Law 
Shahid Beheshti University, Faculty of Law 
LLM, International Trade
Tehran University, Faculty of Law 
Professional Associations and Memberships
Member of Iranian Bar Association 
Farsi, English

          Tel: +989121023022