Mintz is pleased to announce that Narges M. Kakalia has been named to the inaugural “Leading Women Lawyers in New York City” list by Crain’s New York Business. The women recognized are those “who juggle both distinguished careers with exceptional civic and philanthropic activities.”
Ms. Kakalia’s practice focuses on complex business disputes, with expertise in securities litigation, contracts, corporate governance, executive protection, insurance coverage and risk management. She has represented clients at the administrative, trial, and appellate levels, as well as in domestic and international arbitration. Ms. Kakalia also advises clients on a number of issues including insurance and risk management, employment matters and non-competes, legal ethics, attorney-client privilege, and the risks, security and management of big data.
Ms. Kakalia is committed to promoting social justice and human rights on behalf of unrepresented and marginalized individuals. Through the Firm’s pro bono program, she has won asylum for victims of persecution and torture from many countries. She also manages the pro bono practice of the New York office, mentors other women litigators and serves as the Firm’s Ombudsperson.