Frederick H. Mitsdarfer, III

Associate

302.651.7757
302.651.7701 (fax)
mitsdarfer@rlf.com

Fred Mitsdarfer focuses his practice on matters related to commercial real estate, including the acquisition, development, sale, lease, and finance of commercial properties. He has represented regional and national developers, private and governmental lending institutions, businesses, and other holders of commercial real estate property in a broad range of real estate matters.

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Fred Mitsdarfer focuses his practice on matters related to commercial real estate, including the acquisition, development, sale, lease, and finance of commercial properties. He has represented regional and national developers, private and governmental lending institutions, businesses, and other holders of commercial real estate property in a broad range of real estate matters.

Prior to joining Richards Layton, Fred practiced in the real estate group at an Am Law 100 firm in Wilmington, where he represented a wide variety of clients in commercial real estate transactions, financings, zoning and land use, and real estate litigation. Fred was also a contributor to the Delaware Administrative Law Improvement Task Force.

While in law school, Fred was Villanova’s Patrick J. O’Connor Scholarship recipient, and served as a student attorney in both the Villanova Law School Federal Tax Clinic and the Montgomery County (PA) Public Defenders Office Expungement Clinic. Fred argued in Villanova’s 55th annual Theodore L. Reimel Moot Court Competition, where his team reached the quarterfinals. He was also awarded Villanova’s Leonard Levin Memorial Award for achieving the highest overall grade in decedents’ estates and trusts.

Education

  • J.D., Villanova University School of Law, 2016
  • B.A., Political Science/History, magna cum laude, Neumann University, 2012

Admitted to Practice

  • Delaware, 2016

Practices

  • Real Estate

Education

  • J.D., Villanova University School of Law, 2016
  • B.A., Political Science/History, magna cum laude, Neumann University, 2012

Practices