Plaintiff Cases
$454 Million JURY VERDICT​

AI Law was appointed co-class counsel and Ahmed was one of the lead trial attorneys in a fraud class action brought against two major publicly traded corporations for their failure to disclose product defects in surgical gowns marketed to protect surgeons from the most dangerous diseases. See Bahamas Surgery Center v. Kimberly-Clark Corp. (C.D. Cal.). The case was tried in federal court to a Los Angeles jury, which returned a $454 million jury verdict against the defendants, the largest verdict in California in 2017. For this work, Ahmed was recognized with his team as the 2018 winner of the prestigious Public Justice Trial Lawyer of the Year award. The district court reduced the verdict to $25 million. AI Law is currently handling the case on appeal.

$11.5 Million
Ahmed represented a publicly traded corporation in multi-state litigation arising out of a $34 million embezzlement by its former CFO. He helped the company recover $8.5 million from its outside auditors, a major accounting firm, in a suit filed in Illinois, which required obtaining a reversal on appeal. He also helped the client recover $3 million from a credit card provider the CFO used to conduct her embezzlement in a suit filed in Arizona.
$7.5 Million
Ahmed was the lead associate in an environmental and construction delay suit brought on behalf of a beachfront developer suing a major oil company. The toxic contamination discovered on the developer’s property resulted in millions of dollars in cleanup costs and construction delay. The case resulted in a $7.5 million settlement, in which the defendant was forced to pay in excess of the plaintiff’s compensatory damages due in large part to Ahmed’s work in effectively framing the company’s serious punitive damages exposure.
$5.5 Million
Represented injured passenger and helped to recover $5.5 million in a settlement against the intoxicated driver in a single vehicle accident.
$1.5 Million
Ahmed was the lead litigation attorney representing a foreign manufacturer accusing a purchaser of fraud and breach of contract. Due to Ahmed’s aggressive representation, the client obtained a $750,000 prejudgment writ of attachment and immediately secured its debt by seizing the defendant’s accounts receivables. This led to an expeditious settlement of more than $1.5 Million, a dismissal of the sham suit brought against the client, and a written retraction from the defendant of its patent and trademark infringement claims.
$1.5 Million
Won $750,000 writ of attachment for client manufacturer, resulting in $1.5 Million settlement and the client’s procurement of a security interest in the defendant’s patents.
Defense Cases
DISMISSAL OF WIRETAPPING CASES
Ahmed defended a major telecommunications company in California state and federal court against various high profile civil suits, including a class action, brought by alleged victims of wiretapping conducted by notorious Hollywood private investigator Anthony Pellicano. Ahmed worked as the lead associate on a team that obtained several summary judgment dismissals and favorable nuisance settlements.
Dismissal of Trade Secrets Suit
Ahmed was the lead attorney on a team of lawyers who secured a dismissal of a heavily litigated trade secrets action involving alleged misappropriation of software source code.
Dismissal of Commercial Real Estate Suit
Obtained summary judgment on buyer’s action for breach of contract and specific performance in sale of multi-million dollar commercial property near Los Angeles.