Mariel Mercado Guevara
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Mariel Mercado Guevara, represents clients in a wide variety of matters related to consumer protection, including consumer and warranty fraud, home improvement/contractor fraud, new and used car Lemon Law, wrongful repossessions, and fair credit reporting issues. Ms. Mercado-Guevara assists consumers, both individually and in class actions, in cases involving federal and state consumer protection laws and regulations.
Ms. Mercado-Guevara graduated from Rutgers University School of Law – Newark in 2015 and was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in 2015. She is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, the New Jersey Hispanic Bar Association and the Hispanic National Bar Association. While at Rutgers University School of Law, Ms. Mercado-Guevara was a Staff Editor of the Rutgers Business Law Review. She was also a licensed Realtor with the State of New Jersey for several years before studying law.
Ms. Mercado-Guevara brings extensive experience in the field of Intellectual Property law to her practice of law. She was a 2014 Scholar of the Microsoft/Hispanic National Bar Association Intellectual Property Law Institute in Washington, D.C. She received her cum laude Masters and Bachelor of Music degrees from Boston University, where she served as a Recording Engineer and assisted with copyright law clearance for access to the late Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. early sermon recordings. She was also a member of the Boston University Golden Key Honor Society. Upon graduating from Boston University, she was a professional opera singer, negotiating her own contracts and serving as her own agent throughout the United States before moving to New Jersey.
Prior to joining the Wolf Law Firm, LLC, Ms. Mercado-Guevara was honored to serve as a summer Judicial Intern to the Honorable Lourdes I. Santiago in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Hudson County. As a Legal Intern, Ms. Mercado-Guevara gained invaluable experience in the operations of the New Jersey Chancery and Probate Courts, in addition to reviewing motions, writing legal memoranda, and handling Orders to Show Cause. She is happy to have landed in the consumer protection and class actions area of law, because she is first and foremost a consumer herself and an advocate for consumers.