The Law Firm of Omar T. Mohammedi, LLC dismissed various not-for-profit defendants in this $8 Trillion Multidistrict Litigation in the Southern District of New York.
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Supreme Court Lets Stand Saudi Immunity in 9/11 Case (Reuters)
Specialty: International Trade and Investment
OTMLAW negotiates on behalf of major companies in their international trade and investment agreements, litigation, and arbitration. We have extensive experience in representing companies investing in the...
Islamic Center of South Florida
OTMLAW successfully defeated a lawsuit against religious freedom, and preserved the Islamic Center of South Florida’s right to build a mosque in their local community.
Motions to dismiss
Specialty: Islamic Estate Planning
OTMLAW advises clients on wills, living trusts and family-based corporations, to protect their assets during their lifetime and safeguard the welfare of their families after they pass away. We have the requisite training,...
In re Estate of Amadou Diallo
OTMLAW successfully handled and settled a landmark $3 million case against the New York Police Department (NYPD) for the racial profiling and killing of an unarmed man, Amadou Diallo.The lawsuit was instrumental in initiating...
Specialty: Islamic Finance
OTMLAW represents prominent companies and not-for-profit entities in their shariah-compliant financial structures such as sukuk (bonds), musharaka (partnership), murabaha (sale), ijara (lease) and istisna (construction).
Lewis v. New York City MTA
OTMLAW and the Department of Justice defeated the Summary Judgment motion in an important religious freedom and accommodation case against the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA).
Citation: United States v. New York City...
OTMLAW defeated two motions to dismiss and five summary judgment motions on behalf of the six Imams to establish a major precedent protecting minorities from profiling, warrantless search, illegal detention, and false arrest and imprisonment based...
The Law Firm of Omar T. Mohammedi, LLC successfully represented Osama Al Najjar–a 14-year-old student at a New York City public school. Osama was harassed and taunted by the teachers and staff on account of his first name “Osama.”...