Jay Minga is a litigation associate in Weil’s New York office, where his practice spans antitrust, intellectual property and media, lending, securities, and other disputes in state and federal courts, as well as domestic and international arbitrations, advising, and internal investigations.
Mr. Minga has served on Weil teams representing international technology companies in multi-district and foreign antitrust litigation, related international arbitration, and supplier-dispute related bankruptcy appellate proceedings, representing global media companies in intellectual property state, federal, and foreign court litigation and international arbitration, representing a global financial institution in multi-jurisdictional litigation relating to real-estate credit facilities, advising related to supply issues in the international chemical manufacturing industry, and conducting internal investigations regarding portfolio companies of international private equity funds.
Mr. Minga’s dedication to pro bono matters spans a variety of human rights issues, from asylum and refugee representation to assisting with an amicus in the landmark United States Supreme Court case Obergefell v. Hodges on behalf of several renown organizations.
Mr. Minga also serves as Co-Chair of Weil’s Green Committee, as Associate Editor for the ABA Section of Litigation Ethics & Professionalism Committee to whose publications he regularly contributes, as a Member of the Harvard Din & Tonics Alumni Council, and volunteers with New York City’s Justice Resource Center coaching a Mock Trial team from Edward R. Murrow High School.
Mr. Minga received his J.D. from Stanford Law School, where he received Gerald Gunther Prizes from Professor and California Supreme Court Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar and Professor John J. Donohue, III, served as Notes Committee Member on the Stanford Law Review, Associate Editor on the Stanford Journal of Law, Business, and Finance, Teaching Assistant to Professor Robert Daines, Co-Founder of the Stanford Association for Law in the Middle East, Curriculum Director for the Afghanistan Legal Education Project, Operations Manager and Client Advocate for the Stanford Law Chapter of the International Refugee Assistance Project, Vice President for the Stanford Public Interest Law Foundation, and Board Member for the Stanford Law and Technology Association.
Mr. Minga is also a former Arabic interpreter, a former Center for Arabic Study Abroad Fellow to the American University of Cairo, and a former Harvard University George Peabody Gardner Travel Fellow.
Mr. Minga received his Honors A.B. in the Comparative Study of Religion, magna cum laude, and a Certificate in Arabic from Harvard University. Prior to joining Weil, Mr. Minga served as a law clerk to the Honorable Jerome A. Holmes on the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.