- J.D. , Rutgers Law School
- B.S., Biology, Rutgers University
- M.S., Pharmaceutical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology
- Admitted New Jersey and New York
- Registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Sunil’s practice includes opinions, counseling, and patent and trademark application preparation and prosecution for large and small corporate clients.
Sunil received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences from Rutgers University, graduating cum laude. Sunil received his Juris Doctor degree from Rutgers University School of Law- Newark and received his Masters in Pharmaceutical Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. While at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Sunil was inducted into the Tau Beta Bi National Engineering Honor Society and the Alpha Epsilon Lambda, Graduate Student Honor Society.
Prior to joining Servilla Whitney, Sunil was an associate attorney at a boutique intellectual property law firm in New Jersey and at a New York law firm, where he gained extensive experience preparing and prosecuting patent applications in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, chemical and mechanical arts. He also has experience preparing freedom-to-operate opinions in the pharmaceutical, chemical and mechanical arts.
Prior to joining private practice, Sunil served as a Deputy Attorney General in the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office, Department of Law & Public Safety-Division of Law. As a Deputy Attorney General, Sunil prosecuted professional licensing matters and participated in litigation involving the marketing of ephedra-based dietary supplements on behalf of the N.J. Office of Consumer Protection. In his tenure as a Deputy Attorney General, Sunil served as the New Jersey representative for the National Association of Attorneys General (N.A.A.G.) Health Fraud Working Group which coordinated litigation and enforcement of state laws in concert with federal and multi-state authorities and he was commissioned by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to participate in investigation and prosecution of consumer fraud cases on behalf of the State of New Jersey. Sunil is conversational in the East Indian dialects of Gujarati and Hindi.