Mohamed Chahine joined Albert and Mackenzie in 2011 as an associate attorney in the Orange County office. He specializes in the defense of all issues involving workers’ compensation claims, including issues involving Labor Code section 132a and Serious and Willful claims. Mohamed believes in an aggressive plan of action that minimizes costs as much as possible and moves cases towards closure.
Mohamed was admitted to the California State Bar in 2010. Prior to joining Albert and Mackenzie, he worked for an alternative bankruptcy law firm, helping individuals stave off bankruptcy by aggressively negotiating debts with banks, unions and other major creditors. Mohamed attended UCLA where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and Political Science. While at UCLA, he was awarded a Chancellor’s Blue & Gold scholarship for his academic achievements. He graduated from Southwestern Law School where he received his Juris Doctor Degree.
Arbitration and resolution of contribution and reimbursement issues
Southwestern Law School - Juris Doctor
UCLA – B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science
State Bar of California
Licensed to practice before all courts in California