Mohammed Khamisa KC focuses his practice on international commercial litigation and arbitration (LCIA/ICC/SIAC/UNICTRAL rules/Ad hoc), concentrating on complex multi-jurisdictional cases which often involve fraud, particularly within the banking and financial services sectors. Mohammed was made Queen's Counsel in 2006 (King's Counsel 2022). Regularly travelling to the Middle East, Mohammed advises clients from the United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, India, Pakistan, Asia and other regions on a wide range of matters. His range of experience across jurisdictions means that he is frequently retained to manage and advise on legal issues of the most sensitive nature. His deep understanding of the Middle East is complemented by a broad network in the region.
With combined experience of 36 years at the English Bar and Greenberg Traurig, encapsulating many aspects of Commercial Fraud (including white collar-prosecution and defence), formerly Leading Counsel on the panel of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and other financial regulatory compliance, Mohammed frequently leads and manages teams of lawyers, accountants, forensic experts, and other professionals as part of an investigatory team. His background and knowledge adds to the overlap between commercial litigation and regulatory investigations.
Mohammed formerly served as Standing Counsel for the British Government’s Department of Trade and Industry, where he gained deep experience on matters which often overlap into civil and criminal investigations, such as company and insolvency law, directors’ duties, directors’ disqualification, and personal insolvency. He also serves as Chairman of the Code Compliance Panel (CCP), which is responsible for the Phone Standards Authority's (PSA) adjudicatory function, regulating premium rate phone paid services in the United Kingdom.
He sits as a Recorder of the Crown Court and County Court and is a Panel Deemster of the High Court and Court of Appeal of the Isle of Man. He also Chairs the Bar Standards Summary Disciplinary Panel.
- International Arbitration
- Commercial litigation
- Energy disputes
- White collar and investigations