About Katona & Mir
Katona & Mir LLP is a New York City law firm specializing in immigration, business law, and litigation.
After years practicing in large corporate law firms, Simi Mir and David Katona founded Katona & Mir with the aim of providing highly individualized and cost effective service that only a smaller firm can offer. We communicate openly and at length with you at the outset of your case so that we can fully understand your needs, and we work to develop creative and effective legal strategies customized to meet those specific needs. We ensure full access to our lawyers throughout your relationship with us. This is our promise to you.
Our attorneys have represented a wide range of clientele, including Fortune 500, medium, and small sized companies, as well as families, individuals, and foreign nationals. Our clients work in many different industries, including fashion, food & beverage, finance, technology, entertainment, public relations/marketing, advertising, import/export, and non-profit public service, to name a few. We are able to counsel clients in Spanish, Portuguese, Hungarian, Hindu and Urdu, and we maintain relationships with a vast network of entities, which translates into cost-efficient, highly effective solutions for our clients.
News & Updates
- Commercial Litigation Victory
Katona & Mir recently won a summary judgment motion in a commercial litigation case involving a breach of a purchase and sale agreement. The court granted a $120,000 judgment in our client's favor.
- Dismissal of Lawsuit Against Prominent Fashion Company
Katona & Mir recently won a motion to dismiss a lawsuit against our client, a prominent company in the fashion industry. A consultant sued our client for back wages and other damages. We prevailed at the New York Supreme Court on our motion to dismiss all claims.
- Favorable Settlement on Behalf of Construction Company
Katona & Mir recently obtained a favorable settlement on behalf of an employer in the construction industry on an employment discrimination claim alleging disability discrimination.