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Advocate Saifullah Muhib Kakakhel represented me in Peshawar High Court and got our services regularised in Health Department of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

-Iftikhar ahmad

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Kakakhel Law have expertise in services laws/ employment laws. We regularly deal in appointment cases of Civil Servants, their regularization, transfers etcetera, employees or employers issues, appointment and termination matters, issues regarding recruitment through appointment, promotion and reversion to a lower grade or service, removal form service, pension issues, gratuity and provident fund.

 

Our firm Practices Labour Law in Pakistan on different platforms, from small causes courts to the Supreme court of Pakistan. It includes practicing of Ordinances, Acts, Rules & Regulations and all other statutes relating to Industrial, Commercial and Labour Establishments. Providing guidelines not only to the Employers but also the Employees, the Trade Unions and the concerned Agencies to realize their respective rights and liabilities.

Our Labour Law services includes

 

  • Consultation
  • Legal Notices and Replies
  • Drafting and Vetting of Employment Contracts and Agreements
  • Cases before Labour Courts/ Tribunals
  • Cases before Social Security Courts and Appeals
  • Cases before NIRC
  • Cases before High Courts
  • Cases before Supreme Court

 

Labour laws of Pakistan given hereinbelow:

  • Factories Act and Regulations & Rules
  • Fatal Accident Act and Motor Vehicles Act and Ordinances and The Road Transport Worker Ordinance
  • Industrial Statistics Act and Labour Welfare Statistics Rules
  • Maternity Benefits Ordinance & Rules
  • Merchant Shipping Ordinance
  • Disabled Persons (Employment and Rehabilitation) Ordinance and Rules
  • Dock Labourers Act, Regulations and Dock Workers Employment Regulation Act
  • Employees Costs of Living (Relief) Act
  • Employees Old Age Benefit Act and Rules
  • Hazardous Occupations Rules
  • Boilers & Pressure Vessels Ordinance
  • Dock Labourers Act, Regulations and Dock Workers Employment Regulation Act
  • Employees Costs of Living (Relief) Act
  • Immigrations Ordinance & Rules
  • Industrial Relation Ordinance & Rules
  • Mines Act and Rules
  • National Development Volunteer Program Act & Rules
  • Children (Pledging) of Labour Act and Employment of Children Rules
  • Companies Profit (Workers Participations) Act & Rules
  • Cotton Cess Act, The Cotton Ginning and Pressing Factories Act and the Cotton Act
  • Disabled Persons (Employment and Rehabilitation) Ordinance and Rules
  • Dock Labourers Act, Regulations and Dock Workers Employment Regulation Act
  • Employees Costs of Living (Relief) Act
  • Employees Old Age Benefit Act and Rules
  • Essential Personnel (Registration) Ordinance and Essential Services (Maintenance) Act
  • Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission Ordinance and the Compulsory Services in the Armed Service
  • Payment of Wages Act, Procedure, Minimum Wages Rules
  • Provisional Employees, Social Security Ordinance and Rules
  • Railways Act and Railway Servants Rules
  • Shops and Establishment Ordinance & Rules
  • Tea Plantations Labour Ordinance
  • Worker Children & Education Ordinance and Rules
  • Worker Welfare Funds Ordinance & Rules and Housing and Plots Allotment Regulations
  • Working Journalists Wages Board Rules and Newspaper Employees Condition and Services Act
  • Worksmen Compensation Act and Rules

 

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