Ms. Ghafoor has been licensed to practice in the State of Texas since 2011 and in the State of Louisiana since 2005. Her over 18 years of experience includes the fields of personal injury, insurance litigation, business litigation, and transactional work for multimillion-dollar companies. Ms. Ghafoor's current practice focuses on complex civil and commercial litigation and China practice at various levels of state and federal court, as well as appeals.
Recent victories include assistance with a federal trade secret misappropriation case resulting in a $10 million jury verdict; Final Judgment secured in federal court in the amount of $3,031,597.49 for a breach of contract case; and a state court Jury Verdict amounting to $8,150,000 in the aggregate for claims including breach of contract and fraud. Decisions in her cases have been published on LexisNexis and have repeatedly been covered by LAW360, as well as local news outlets.
Ms. Ghafoor prides herself on winning the unwinnable case, and she has a proven track record in her fields of practice. This, in part, is attributable to Ms. Ghafoor’s unique ability to understand the needs of clients and translate those needs into results. Ms. Ghafoor’s motto is, “If you don’t believe in your case, no one will.” As such, she is fully invested in every case she takes on in MOSAIC law firm.
Loyola University New Orleans, School of Law - Juris Doctor (Certifications: Civil and Common Law)
Loyola University New Orleans – bachelor’s in business administration (Major: International Business; Minor: Pre-Law)
State Bar of Texas (2011 to present)
United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (2014 to present)
United States District Court for the Western District of Texas (2022 to present)
Louisiana State Bar Association (2005 to present)
First, Fourth and Fifth Circuit Courts of Appeals (2010 to present)
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana (2008 to present)
United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana (2010 to present)
Appeals to The Supreme Court of Texas and the Louisiana Supreme Court