Mudasar "Mo" Khan

Tel 303.299.7343
Fax 303.296.3956

Mudasar "Mo" Khan is a member of Ballard Spahr's Litigation Department. His practice focuses on complex corporate and commercial litigation in both state and federal courts. Mo’s experience includes managing electronic discovery, drafting discovery requests and responses, arguing at hearings to resolve discovery disputes, taking depositions, preparing fact and expert witnesses to give testimony, negotiating settlements, and briefing dispositive motions.

Mo also advises clients on various privacy and cybersecurity matters. Mo has experience drafting company privacy policies, document retention programs, and incident response plans. In addition, Mo ensures companies are complaint with various privacy and cybersecurity statutes and regulations, such as the California Consumer Privacy Act and helps clients navigate through related compliance issues when completing mergers or acquisitions.

Prior to law school, Mo served as an aide to the Kansas Senate Minority Leader, where he researched and tracked bills between the Kansas Senate and House of Representatives, drafted memoranda analyzing proposed legislation, and worked with legislative counsel to brief caucus members on school finance litigation.

Mo was a 2016 and 2017 Ballard Spahr summer associate.

Representative Litigation Matters

 Recently, Mo has:

  • Represented clients in lawsuits involving allegations of trust fund statute violations, civil theft, misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of contract, conspiracy, and fraud;
  • Argued for permanent restraining order preventing former, disgruntled employee from accessing client’s place of business, which request was ultimately granted;
  • Defended lender in dispute with Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment over disbursement of receivership funds and successfully recouped lender’s funds;
  • Negotiated favorable settlements for insurers in disputes over scope of insurance coverage;
  • Defended national lender in numerous lien priority disputes; and
  • Defended drone start-up company in trademark dispute, which resulted in claimant voluntarily dismissing opposition to client’s trademark application.

Georgetown University Law Center (J.D. 2018)
Annual Review Editor, Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law

Washburn University (B.A., magna cum laude, 2015)
President, Alpha Lambda Delta


U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado