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Joshua A. Gildea

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Business Litigation Attorney in Allentown, PA

Fitzpatrick Lentz & Bubba, P.C.
645 Hamilton St, Suite 800
Allentown, PA 18101
Phone: 610-797-9000
Fax: 610-797-6663
Selected to Rising Stars: 2012 - 2015
Licensed in Pennsylvania Since: 2007
Practice Areas: Business Litigation, Bankruptcy: Business, Creditor Debtor Rights: Business
Attorney Profile

Joshua A. Gildea is a shareholder and attorney in the Firm’s Litigation Group. Mr. Gildea’s practice includes commercial litigation, civil litigation, bankruptcy, complex commercial matters, landlord tenant and construction matters. He also practices in the area of intellectual property law.

About Joshua A. Gildea

First Admitted: 2005, Wisconsin

Professional Webpage:


  • Obtained victory for major national retail chain in jury trial of multi-million dollar commercial landlord action
  • Obtained summary judgment in commercial dispute between shareholders of disbanding business
  • Handled multi-million dollar intellectual property matter in both state and federal courts
  • Obtained recovery for site contractor in complicated bankruptcy litigation
  • Obtained relief in multi-million dollar merger & acquisition litigation in federal court

Educational Background

  • University of Wisconsin Law School, J.D., summa cum laude, 2005 Wisconsin Law Review, Senior Editorial Board, Symposium Editor, Note & Comment Editor Order of the Coif, 2005
  • Robert E. Cook Honors College, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, B.A., summa cum laude, 2000, 2000

Pro bono/Community Service

  • Lehigh Valley Zoo, Member, Board of Directors, 2014-present, 2014


  • Selected as one of the “Forty Under 40”, Lehigh Valley Business , 2014
  • Named a Select Lawyer in Bankruptcy & Creditor’s Rights Law, Commercial Litigation and General Civil Litigation, Select Lawyer, 2014
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Office Location for Joshua A. Gildea

645 Hamilton St
Suite 800
Allentown, PA 18101

Last Updated: 12/29/2020

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