Narges's practice focuses on complex business disputes, with expertise in contracts, corporate governance, executive protection, insurance coverage and risk management. Throughout her career, Narges has generated practical solutions to complex legal and business problems. She has represented clients at the administrative, trial, and appellate levels, as well as in domestic and international arbitration.
Narges 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.
Narges also is committed to promoting social justice and human rights on behalf of unrepresented and marginalized individuals. She has won asylum for victims of persecution and torture from Pakistan, Cameroon, Burma, Jamaica and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and has worked on behalf of victims of domestic violence to obtain Orders of Protection.
Narges is a member of the firm's Diversity Committee and Pro Bono Committee. She also manages the pro bono practice of the New York office.
Recognitions & Awards
•Pro Bono Star Award For Excellence In Legal Advocacy - Human Rights First (2013)
•New York Super Lawyers: Rising Star - General Litigation (2011 - 2014)
•Mintz Levin Pro Bono Award (2008)
• Mintz Levin Attorney Narges M. Kakalia Receives Human Rights First's Pro Bono Star Award, (10.23.2014)
• Twenty-Four Mintz Levin Attorneys Named 2014 New York Super Lawyers and Rising Stars, (10.03.2014)
• Eighteen Mintz Levin Attorneys Named 2013 New York Super Lawyers and Rising Stars, (09.16.2013)
• Twenty-Four Mintz Levin Attorneys Named 2012 New York Super Lawyers and Rising Stars, (09.20.2012)
• Mintz Levin Elevates Seven Attorneys to Members of the Firm, (04.25.2012)
• Twenty Mintz Levin Attorneys Named 2011 New York Super Lawyers and Rising Stars, (09.23.2011)
•Co-author, Integrating Employees' Smart Devices into the Workplace, New York Law Journal (12.13.2012)
•Co-author, After Supreme Court's Honest Services Fraud Ruling, Questions Remain, New York Law Journal (07.14.2010)