New York City, NY, June 15, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Mu’min F. Islam is the Managing Member of MFI Law Group, PLLC and focuses his practice in the areas of General Corporate, Civil Rights and Real Estate
He attended Temple University’s Fox School of Business for his Undergraduate degree, Samford University for his Juris Doctorate and Georgetown University for his Masters in Law in Securities and Finance. Mr. Islam founded MFI Law after serving as an Associate in the Corporate and Securities group for a major Philadelphia law firm. Mr. Islam’s practice involves the representation of business entities of various sizes. Advising clients on proper entity selection, solicitation and raising of capital, and employment agreements are key aspects of Mr. Islam’s corporate practice.
Mr. Islam’s corporate practice also involves extensive representation of non-profit entities. Specifically, he represents more than 10 charter schools in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, two of Philadelphia’s largest community development corporations, and several religious institutions. His representation of these non-profit entities includes corporate governance and board compliance, mergers and acquisitions, and creation/formation.
Mu’min is an adjunct professor at Temple University’s Fox School of Business and can be heard on 900 AM WURD, one Saturday a month answering legal questions.
About MFI Law Group
MFI Law Group is a full service law firm based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Our general practice areas include Corporate, real estate, personal injury, civil litigation, and Civil Rights litigation.
MFI Law focuses on providing quality legal representation for injured victims throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region. Additionally, MFI provides legal representation for civil litigation, employee discrimination, securities litigation, and general corporate needs. With MFI on your side we protect your interests and goals providing guidance every step along the way.
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