Mitesh M. Patel

Mitesh M. Patel

Mitesh M. Patel, ESQ.


Bar Admission:

New Jersey

U.S. District Court,New Jersey

U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit

U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of New Jersey


Delaware Law School, Widener University School of Law, Wilmington, DE
J.D., Juris Doctorate – 2009

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
B.A., Bachelor of Arts in Political Science – 2004

Minor in Philosophy

Practices Areas:

Commercial Real Estate

Residential Real Estate

Business Law

Civil Litigation


Criminal Defense/Municipal Court

Bar Admission:

American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division

New Jersey State Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division

Legal Experience:

Mitesh has experience in handling various types of real estate and business transactions, including, but not limited to, residential home purchases/sales, commercial property purchases, business mergers/acquisitions, commercial lease negotiations, franchise approval process, start-up businesses, SBA financing, joint ventures, and corporate restructuring.

Prior to the formation of Mavinkurve & Patel, LLC, Mitesh was an Associate Attorney at a premier boutique law firm in South New Jersey that specialized in Employment and Labor matters throughout the State. Specifically, Mitesh represented various employees in their capacity as union members under Collective Bargaining Agreements (“CBA”) wherein the employee would file grievances for the employer’s failure to comply with the CBA. In other instances, Mitesh represented employees that may have been aggrieved by the employer’s hostile action or non-compliance with the CBA, employment regulations, or state law. Some of the Unions Mitesh represented included, but were not limited to, police officers (FOP), firefighters, teachers, and other blue collar employees.

Mitesh also has a background in Bankruptcy Law based on his judicial clerkship at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware during his second year of law school. On occasion, Mitesh has assisted clients in filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy petitions and navigated them in the right direction with respect to their financial distress. During his final year of law school, Mitesh also had the privilege of working with Attorney General Beau Biden at the Delaware Department of Justice as a clerk within the Office’s criminal division.

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