Parav Patel is an associate attorney with KPPB LAW’s Corporate Governance Practice and Investment Management Practice. As part of the Corporate Governance team, Parav provides transactional services, corporate governance, as well as compliance with regulatory requirements and data privacy and security laws for KPPB LAW’s business clients.
As a part of KPPB LAW’s Investment Management practice, Parav is experienced in structuring private placement memorandums (PPMs) and forming hedge funds, private equity funds, venture capital funds and various feeder fund structures. She advises investment management clients on fund formation, compliance, and strategic investments.
Prior to joining KPPB LAW, Parav focused on counseling multiple SaaS digital business services providers. She specialized in negotiating and drafting contracts for information technology services and software. She also led commercial agreements for private agencies, working with state, federal, and private entities. These agreements included partnership contracts, master services and/or supply agreements, statements of work, reseller agreements, distributor agreements, software licensing agreements, cloud services agreements, subcontractor agreements, and other corporate agreements.
In her role as corporate counsel, Parav regularly counseled executives on various data privacy matters, including drafting of data privacy agreements with corporate partners, ensuring that the company’s interests were protected. She also counseled on general corporate governance matters, including equity agreements, convertibles, warrants, stock option grants, and employee/consultant agreements.
Parav earned her law degree from Emory University School of Law. She also holds a bachelor of laws (LLB) and a bachelor of business administration (B.B.A.) degree from Nirma University – Institute of Law (Ahmedabad, India), where she graduated with honors. Parav is a member of International Association of Privacy Professionals and holds an active CIPP/US certification. Parav is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and is based in KPPB LAW’s Northern Virginia office.