Mitchell C. Beinhaker, Esq.
The Business Lawyer
Mitchell C. Beinhaker, Esq. is a business lawyer and estates attorney who runs a solo legal & consulting practice representing business owners, entrepreneurs, executives and professionals. Through his 28 years of experience, Mitchell has handled business development, marketing, firm management, along with business transactional work for clients of the firm. He has extensive experience with corporate governance, commercial transactions, real estate and risk analysis. Using his years of practical experience, he drafts contracts, negotiates purchases and can manage outside counsel for any corporate situation. For business owners and executives, he creates and implements estate plans, along with succession plans to help companies continue for future generations.
As a transactional attorney, Mitchell has handled the purchase and sale of multi-million-dollar businesses including insurance portfolios, restaurants, and even a small chemical company. In the real estate area, he has handled and coordinated many commercial purchases and sales from contract drafting and due diligence, including all the zoning and environmental review, through the closing of title. His work has involved helping with insurance and risk management as well as legal involvement with construction management projects.
Mitchell spends his practice development efforts networking, attending professional groups and public speaking. He is also the creator and host of his own audio podcast – The Accidental Entrepreneur – where he interviews successful business people and professionals who share their knowledge and help you develop your business. Episodes are available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Podbean, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn (Amazon Alexa) and iHeart Radio. You can follow them on social media including Facebook and LinkedIn.
Mitchell is a graduate of Cornell University (’89) and received his law degree (JD) from New York Law School in 1992. He was a tax intern with Internal Revenue during law school and is admitted to practice in the states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He was awarded the Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) degree from The American College in 1998.