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  • Iqbal Mohammed shortlisted for the second consecutive year as Barrister of the Year in the Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards > Birmingham's representative body for solicitors in Birmingham has shortlisted Iqbal again as the youngest barrister on the shortlist and one of the very few nominated in two consecutive years.

  • Breaking a deadlock—invalid appointment of director and administrators (Re Sprout Land Holdings Limited; Tighe v Fraser-Peters) - LexisNexis PSL > Iqbal's article for LexisNexis  discussing the recent case of Re Sprout Land Holdings Limited, Tighe v Fraser-Peters concerning invalid appointments of directors, administrators and section 161 of the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006).

  • Iqbal Mohammed shortlisted in the  Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards 2019 > Iqbal is shortlisted by the Birmingham Law Society as Barrister of the Year with two other far more senior members of chambers.

  • Iqbal Mohammed appointed as a governor of the Birmingham Metropolitan College > Iqbal is appointed to a three year term as a governor of the largest Further Education institution in the West Midlands Area.

  • Iqbal Mohammed selected to join management committee of Midlands Asian Lawyers Association > Iqbal is elected to join the committee of MALA, which is committed to celebrating and promoting diversity in the legal profession.

  • Exploring security for costs (Stavrinides v Cyprus Popular Bank Public Co Ltd) - LexisNexis PSL > Iqbal's article for LexisNexis which explores the implications of the court’s decision in Stavrinides v Cyprus Popular Bank Public Co Ltd, around making an application for security for costs.

  • Top 3 Litigation Tips > Iqbal's article on three things which can have a major effect on the outcome of litigation.

  • Costs Management: 2 Years On > Iqbal charts the development of the costs management regime in civil litigation and considers whether it has worked and if it is here to stay.

  • Case report: Salford Estates v AltoMart - Corporate Rescue & Insolvency > Iqbal's case report for CRI looking at how courts should address winding up petitions presented in breach of arbitration clauses.

  • Winding Up EU Companies > Iqbal considers the decision of the Supreme Court in the Trustees of the Olympic Airlines SA Pension and Life Assurance Scheme v Olympic Airlines SA concerning secondary winding-up proceedings.

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