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Nadia Zivkov


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Nadia advises and represents clients in a broad spectrum of litigation matters in state and federal courts, including disputes involving complex commercial issues, securities, real estate, and antitrust claims. Her practice also encompasses arbitrations, advising clients in government enforcement actions, and handling insurance/reinsurance matters. Nadia works with public and private companies in a variety of sectors, with a particular focus on the consumer finance, pharmaceuticals, and oil industries.

Prior to joining Mintz, Nadia was a commercial litigation associate at an international law firm. Earlier, while working as an associate at a national law firm, she served as a legal secondee in New York at one of the leading investment banks, where she provided advisory services as part of the wealth management corporate and litigation teams.

Nadia also maintains a significant pro bono practice, which has included representing plaintiffs in a civil rights class action defending the rights of incarcerated transgender individuals, and advising parents in child support and government benefits cases.

In addition to a JD, Nadia also holds a Wharton Certificate in Management from the Wharton School. During law school, Nadia interned with a software company that provides financial management and human resources products.


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