The growing influence of the Islamic religion and the growing wealth among Middle Eastern Muslims and Muslim-Americans are influencing how many business deals are conducted. At the same time, they’re creating new opportunities for American lawyers, including several in Connecticut.

Murtha Cullina and Shipman & Goodwin are two mid-sized firms that are throwing elbows with heavyweight international firms after establishing Islamic Finance and Banking practices, which facilitate commercial transactions within the boundaries of Islamic law.

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