Shoeb Mohammed

Shoeb Mohammed
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Shoeb Mohammed joined the CalChamber in December 2019 as a policy advocate. He specializes in privacy and cybersecurity, economic development, technology, telecommunications and elections/fair political practices issues. Mohammed is an experienced litigator who advised clients on matters such as trademark; employment; business planning; proprietary software; and technology-related business cases. He came to the CalChamber from Knox Lemmon & Anapolsky, LLP, where he provided product and general counsel for various industries. Mohammed earned a B.A. in political science at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; a J.D. from the McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific; and a Certificate in Disruptive Strategy from Harvard Business School Online. See full bio.

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