Mohammad S. Imaad Associate

Mohammad is an associate with the Complex Commercial Litigation group with experience defending clients in commercial, construction, product liability, and consumer class action litigation. Mohammad also serves as National Coordinating Counsel for a Fortune 50 transportation company handling a multi-jurisdiction litigation portfolio.

Mohammad has litigated numerous personal injury, premises liability, suretyship, and commercial litigation actions in state and federal courts.  Mohammad has defended trucking and transportation carriers in catastrophic injury, brain injury, and wrongful death cases.  He has successfully briefed and argued numerous dispositive motions and regularly appears in Virginia state and federal courts.   

Mohammad is a proud graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Richmond School of Law. 


Obtained multiple defense verdicts at trial for tractor-trailer and commercial motor drivers involved in automobile collisions, serving both as first and second chair.  

Briefed, argued, and obtained dismissal of premises liability personal injury suits against two retail chains and a hotel chain on motions for summary judgment.

Represented product manufacturers and landowners in premises liability, breach of contract, eminent domain, easement, and tort actions.

Represented natural gas transmission companies in easement, injunction, and eminent domain actions. 

  • University of Richmond School of Law, JD, cum laude, Articles Editor, University of Richmond Law Review, 2015
  • University of Virginia, BA, Chemistry and History, 2012
  • Arabic
  • Hindi
  • Persian
  • Spanish
  • Urdu
  • Virginia
  • District of Columbia
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
  • U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia
  • Author, Why Can't We Be Friends? Social Media and Civil Litigation in State and Federal Courts in Virginia, 29 J. Civ. Lit. 245, 2017
  • Co-author, Ripe for Pursuit: Technological Developments and Their Impact on Practice Areas Spanning the Legal Profession, 61 Fed. Law. 11, 2014
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