Mohammed attended the University of Wolverhampton where I received my LLB (Hons) in 1998 and did the Legal Practice Course at the same University in 1999. After completing his studies, he commenced employment at the in-house legal department at the Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc.
Mohammed received a training contract at Martin Kaye LLP Solicitors in Telford in 2003 and I qualified as a Solicitor in 2005 in the Commercial Litigation Department and undertook general litigation with a particular emphasis on property litigation and contentious probate and trusts. He also acted in the Court of Appeal authority of OE Wood & ORS v Hudson Industrial Services Ltd EWCA CIV 599 and also successfully acted in a case against Her Majesty’s Attorney General in respect of a £12 million dispute.
Mohammed has now been appointed as an Associate at FBC in the Commercial Litigation Department where he will be undertaking general litigation with an emphasis on Property Litigation including disputes over ownership of property, trusts of land, right of way disputes, breaches of covenants, claims for adverse possession, lease renewals, dilapidations, forfeiture and break notices.
Did you know? Mohammed enjoys watching movies in his spare time but has a particular interest in reading about history and historical figures