is a partner and CEO of Kadasa Intellectual Property. Mohammad has 31 years of diverse experience in IP, especially in patent and trade mark litigation. He has acted as external counsel for many international pharma companies and worked extensively on regulatory data protection, patent linkage and pharmaceutical laws. A chemical engineering graduate from the University of Toledo, Ohio, Mohammad also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in IP law from Franklin Pierce Law Center and the Gulf Institute for International Law. He has supervised advanced and graduate studies programmes in IP. His expertise includes patent and designs prosecution, litigation under GCC and Saudi patent law.
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