For the last fifteen years, Neha Dagley has represented a wide array of entrepreneurs and corporations in commercial litigation and arbitration matters. She represents foreign and domestic clients across multiple industries and national boundaries, delivering keen analysis and sound legal advice on a broad range of business disputes.
Neha earned her Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Utah State University and then earned her Juris Doctor at the University of Miami School of Law. Neha is multi-lingual– fully fluent in English, Hindi, and Gujarati–and she understands her clients’ cultures and backgrounds.
Neha has authored a number of legal publications and currently serves as the Chair of the India Subcommittee to The Florida Bar’s International Law Section Asia Committee. She is also a member of the South Asian Bar Association of North America.
Navigating Commercial Disputes in the U.S. and Managing Risk: Best Practices for Indian Attorneys, Panelist, Indian National Bar Association 69thConstitution Day Conference, New Delhi, India; November 26, 2018
Key Legal Considerations for Startups, Presenter, TiE Miami, October 2018
When a Small Case Becomes a Big Case: Keeping eDiscovery Cost in Check, Panel Moderator, SABA North America Annual Conference, New York City; June 29, 2018
Chair, India Subcommittee, The Florida Bar International Law Section’s Asia Committee
Charter Member and Officer, TIE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) Miami
Member, South Asian Bar Association of North America
Chair, Foreign Legal Consultants Committee, The Florida Bar, 2019
Indian National Bar Association, Lawyer of the Year (NRI), 2018
Minority Corporate Counsel Association, 2016 Rising Stars
The Achiever, Miami Today, 2015
Daily Business Review, 2015 Rising Stars
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, “40 Under 40” Outstanding Lawyers of Miami-Dade County, 2009
My View: Namaste, Miami! Dale, India! Miami Herald Business Monday, January 19, 2015
Don’t Let Black Friday Breaches Make You See Red, Daily Business Review, November 20, 2014
Businesses Beware: New Florida Data Privacy Law Takes Effect,” Daily Business Review, July 9, 2014