Mu’min F. Islam
Personal Injury, Special Education, Government Law, & General Corporate Mu’min F. Islam
Mu'min F. Islam, OF Counsel, concentrates on personal injury, agency and SROs litigation, and general business law.
Mr. Islam has a lot of experience representing people who have been injured in accidents. Mr. Islam handles all types of cases, including premises liability, intentional torts, medical malpractice, and motor vehicle accidents. Mr. Islam also represents clients in regulatory proceedings by government agencies and special education litigation.
Mr. Islam represents a wide range of businesses. Mr. Islam's corporate practice includes advising clients on entity selection, capital solicitation and raising, and employment agreements.
Prior to joining Ace Law, Mr. Islam worked as an associate in one of Philadelphia's top law firms' Business Department where he focused on securities, healthcare, and general corporate work. Mr. Islam has also co-authored several articles in legal periodicals on corporate subjects ranging from securities regulations to non-profit laws.
- Settlement against regional retail chain for intentional tort inflicted upon a customer thereby causing a broken collarbone
- Settlement against local university for the slip and fall injury to a patron which required a hip replacement
- Dismissal of customer FINRA Arbitration complaint against a broker dealer
- Representation of a hedge fund in FINRA and SEC enforcement action
L.L.M., Securities & Finance
Georgetown University Law Center - May 2010
J.D., Samford University
Cumberland School of Law - May 2009
Associate Editor - Cumberland Law Review
B.B.A., Temple University
Fox School of Business, May 2004
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- Research Assistant - Options Backdating: Beware of the Finance Professor's Study, The Legal Intelligencer, February 27, 2007.
- Eleventh Circuit Survey, Invasion of Privacy, Cumberland Law Review, Vol. 37 No. 2.
- The Future of "Say on Pay" in the Current Economic Times, The Legal Intelligencer, October 28, 2008.
- Shareholder Proposals and Access: What to Expect in 2009, The Legal Intelligencer, January 27, 2009.