Mohamed joined Kalbian Hagerty in 2005 and is a citizen of the United Arab Emirates. After working at the firm’s Washington, D.C office, Mohamed relocated to the firm’s Abu Dhabi office to continue his law practice and teach criminal law and dispute resolution at the United Arab Emirates University.
Mohamed handles local civil and criminal litigation cases in all UAE courts. Mohamed’s wide-ranging legal and commercial experience has given him a thorough grasp of the business and regulatory environment in the United Arab Emirates. His practice includes providing legal counsel to companies and institutions on a variety of business matters including mergers and acquisitions, private placements, project finance, real estate and litigation.
While working at the firm’s Washington, D.C. headquarters, Mohamed worked on a broad variety of legal matters including but not limited to commercial transactions and contracts, Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act issues, criminal law and employment law in connection with the Firm’s representation of the UAE Embassy in Washington, DC.
Prior to joining Kalbian Hagerty, Mohamed worked at the U.A.E. Ministry of Justice, Legislation and Governmental Disputes Department, reviewing proposed statutes and laws and representing the U.A.E. government in cases before the U.A.E. Supreme Court and Appellate Courts.
Mohamed received his Science of Juris Doctor (S.J.D.), the highest degree a lawyer can achieve, in 2009 at Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC.