Attorney Profile

J’Naia L. Boyd

J’Naia L. Boyd

Associate

J’Naia L. Boyd is an Associate in Rivkin Radler’s Appeals and Commercial Litigation Practice Groups. J’Naia’s appellate practice includes prosecuting and defending appeals before New York appellate courts and the U.S. Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit in matters involving attorney malpractice, insurance disputes, labor and employment law, quasi-contract claims, and premises liability.

As a commercial litigator, J’Naia represents clients in federal and state courts, and in ADR forums, in matters involving contract disputes, business torts, insurance, fraud, intellectual property, violations of confidentiality agreements, entity dissolution, partnership and joint venture disputes, and enforcement of arbitration agreements.

A staunch proponent of pro bono service, J’Naia serves as pro bono counsel for indigent tenants facing eviction through Nassau/Suffolk Law Services.

Prior to joining Rivkin Radler, J’Naia clerked for two years at the New York State Court of Appeals. During her clerkship, J’Naia prepared comprehensive reports for the Judges of the Court that analyzed the relevant statutes, regulations, and case law; examined complex state jurisdictional issues; and recommended whether to grant, deny, or dismiss leave in civil motions for leave to appeal. She also drafted memorandum opinions for civil appeals selected for sua sponte merits disposition.

While attending the University of Maryland Francis Key Carey School of Law, J’Naia served as a Student Editor for The Authority, and was a member of the INADR International Law School Mediation Tournament Team.  Additionally, J’Naia was a student attorney for the Maryland Intellectual Property Resource Center, where she advised start-up companies and individual entrepreneurs on issues such as the requirements for obtaining a patent; requirements for trademark and copyright registration; and maintenance of trade secrets.  She also interned for the United States Copyright Office, Black Entertainment Television Networks, and the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.

Uniondale
F: (516) 357-3333

926 RXR Plaza
Uniondale, NY 11556-0926

Bar Admission

New York

Court Admissions

United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

United States District Court for the Eastern, Southern and Western Districts of New York

Education

University of Maryland School of Law, Juris Doctor, cum laude

Howard University, B.B.A., Administration, magna cum laude

J’Naia L. Boyd

Associate

J’Naia L. Boyd is an Associate in Rivkin Radler’s Appeals and Commercial Litigation Practice Groups. J’Naia’s appellate practice includes prosecuting and defending appeals before New York appellate courts and the U.S. Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit in matters involving attorney malpractice, insurance disputes, labor and employment law, quasi-contract claims, and premises liability.

As a commercial litigator, J’Naia represents clients in federal and state courts, and in ADR forums, in matters involving contract disputes, business torts, insurance, fraud, intellectual property, violations of confidentiality agreements, entity dissolution, partnership and joint venture disputes, and enforcement of arbitration agreements.

A staunch proponent of pro bono service, J’Naia serves as pro bono counsel for indigent tenants facing eviction through Nassau/Suffolk Law Services.

Prior to joining Rivkin Radler, J’Naia clerked for two years at the New York State Court of Appeals. During her clerkship, J’Naia prepared comprehensive reports for the Judges of the Court that analyzed the relevant statutes, regulations, and case law; examined complex state jurisdictional issues; and recommended whether to grant, deny, or dismiss leave in civil motions for leave to appeal. She also drafted memorandum opinions for civil appeals selected for sua sponte merits disposition.

While attending the University of Maryland Francis Key Carey School of Law, J’Naia served as a Student Editor for The Authority, and was a member of the INADR International Law School Mediation Tournament Team.  Additionally, J’Naia was a student attorney for the Maryland Intellectual Property Resource Center, where she advised start-up companies and individual entrepreneurs on issues such as the requirements for obtaining a patent; requirements for trademark and copyright registration; and maintenance of trade secrets.  She also interned for the United States Copyright Office, Black Entertainment Television Networks, and the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.

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