Molly Ahmed is a senior associate in the firm's dispute resolution practice. She qualified as a solicitor in September 2004.
Molly's dispute resolution experience covers high court litigation, arbitration, interim applications for injunctive or other interlocutory relief and mediation. She has a particular interest and expertise in partnership disputes, corporate transactional disputes and complex, multi-jurisdictional fraud work and has been the lead associate on a number of multi-million and billion-dollar international fraud cases. Molly also regularly assists overseas law firms (particularly in the United States) with obtaining relief from the English Court in support of those foreign proceedings.
Molly trained at Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP. Upon qualification, she joined the corporate department of DLA Piper, focussing on M&A and private equity transactional work. However, in December 2005 she changed practice area to specialise in commercial litigation and, after spending nearly two years at a national firm, joined Fox Williams in September 2007.
Molly is a graduate of University College London where she read Classics (BA Hons) and where she was awarded the Platt Prize for Greek. She then obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Law and completed the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law. She is currently reading for an LLM in Commercial Law at the University of Bristol.
Molly is a member of the London Solicitors Litigation Association and the Association of Partnership Practitioners. She is authorised to issue and conduct proceedings on behalf of Fox Williams in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts.
"Hard-working, dedicated and tenacious"
(Chambers UK, 2013)
"Absolutely first class"
(Chambers UK 2012)
"You can just let her get on and run things"
(Chambers UK 2012)
Calling out contracts of insurance
The impact of the Jackson Reforms on the insurance industry
Applying the balm to the ego: An oligarch's guide to litigating in London
Ban the boss...
Down to the wire – What are the implications of Rajat Gupta’s conviction for insider dealing?
Kumagai’s cautionary tale
Divided Loyalties - An overview of duties in limited liability partnerships following the decision in F&C v Barthelemy and Culligan
Merging companies when a lawsuit is pending
Will the creation of the FCA (and the changes to the draft legislation proposed by the Treasury Committee) bring with it a truly novel approach to financial regulation?
In whose interest must a member act?
Jackson: The Forgotten Recommendations
FSA clamps down on unauthorised contracts of insurance
We don't need a written members' agreement! We're all friends!
Third-party funding: The awareness barrier
Bribery Act: Delay In Implementation