Prior to working at FBBC, Muhammed worked for a litigation firm in Irvine that specialized in construction defect, banking, business litigation, and landlord-tenant law. He has extensive experience with lender liability, foreclosure defense, commercial real estate, wage and hour, trade secret, and construction defect matters in both federal and state courts, and has tried cases in California state court.
At FBBC, Muhammed is involved in litigating intellectual property, consumer class action, lender-liability, and wage and hour cases, as well as drafting and submitting appeals and writs to the California Court of Appeals. See e.g., DuCoing Management, Inc. v. Superior Court, 229 Cal. App. 4th 1252 (Cal. App. 4th Dist. 2014).
Muhammed graduated from UCLA in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and was on the Provost list for two quarters. Muhammed attended Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. While at Loyola, Muhammed was the Vice President of the Consumer Law Society. Prior to graduating from law school, Muhammed was an extern for the Honorable David O. Carter, Judge of the United States District Court, Central District of California. Muhammed graduated from Loyola in 2008 and was admitted to the State Bar and the Central District of California later that year. Muhammed has also served in the United States Air Force and the California Air National Guard.
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