Mohammad Khan’s work ethic was embedded when he was 10 years old.
Growing up in a family of entrepreneurs, he learned the complexities and risks of business ownership at an early age. From stocking inventory at his parents’ convenience store on the weekends to managing their restaurant full-time in high school, Mohammad saw how decisions affect the whole of operations — and by extension, his family’s livelihood.
This empathy laid the bedrock for Mohammad’s professional career. In his roles, he has relied on this perspective of a business owner’s stake. He believes that good strategy comes from seeing the whole picture — and a business’s growth depends on the integrity of its parts.
In 2014, Mohammad joined an international law and CPA firm, becoming its first attorney to earn a Partner role in less than four years. In this time, he built a record of success in representing client interests, including Defense expertise, successfully defending a complex matter before the California Court of Appeal; Jurisdictional versatility, litigating cases in California, Nevada, Texas, New York, and New Jersey; Case scope and scale, obtaining the highest numerical judgment in his firm’s 35-year history
Furthering his passion for serving client needs, Mohammad developed his transactional law specialty. In his work, he sought to build more resiliency into a business’s operation. Mohammad has seen how with the right strategic decision-making, a business can reduce risk and realize greater profits.