Bashar Ahmad handles all types of civil litigation matters, with a particular emphasis on business and real estate disputes. He has been the lead associate on a number of large litigation matters, including cases dealing with complex real estate and healthcare issues.
For me, practicing law is about interacting with clients and solving their problems. Sometimes my help is as simple as drafting an email and sometimes it’s going to court and prevailing on a motion for a client. Either way, it’s about the satisfaction of knowing you got a good result for a client.
I do general business, bankruptcy and real estate litigation. As part of that, I handle contract disputes, represent lenders/creditors in bankruptcy court and do health care-related litigation.
I’m proud that I’m able to be an important resource to Sacramento’s Arab American community. Because of my fluency in Arabic and being from the Middle East, I’ve been able to help clients who are looking for an Arab-speaking attorney.
When I’m not at work, I’m looking for a soccer game. I participate 2-3 times a week with a rotating group of about 20-30 people in the community.
Insolvency and Creditors’ Rights
Routinely appear in bankruptcy court on behalf of lenders to seek relief from automatic stay. Also represent clients in court to enforce lenders’ rights and remedies including foreclosing on real property collateral or disposing of personal property collateral under state law.
Defended lender client in post-foreclosure claims brought by former property owner/borrower on damages of $5 million. Case originated in bankruptcy court and moved to federal court.
Handled numerous collection cases for breaches of contract after client supplied products to vendors who didn’t pay invoices.
Represented buyer of airplane in dispute alleging claims of fraud and rescission of contract.
Represented plaintiff alleging a conversion claim (wrongful taking of property).
Represented two clients with claims of over $1 million for breach of contract after a business merger.