Patrick's practice is focused primarily on litigating complex, commercial disputes in state and federal courts and before arbitration and mediation forums. He also represents clients in transactions and disputes involving intellectual property and data privacy. Patrick draws on his firm belief in steadfast advocacy, informed by practical, cost-effective solutions, to achieve goals tailored to client interests.
Prior to joining Coleman Frost LLP as an Associate Attorney, Patrick served as a Law Clerk for a variety of organizations ranging from international law practices to government entities, including the London based law firm CH. Hausmann & Co., the Los Angeles County Public Defender, and the Los Angeles City Attorney (Consumer & Workplace Protection Unit).
Patrick was awarded his undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut, graduating with academic honors. Patrick was awarded his Juris Doctor, with a concentration in Civil Litigation & Advocacy, from Loyola Law School, where he was further awarded First Honors, a Merit Scholarship for all years of his attendance, and was selected as one of ten students to receive the Summer Public Interest Employment Program (SPIEP) Award. While attending law school, Patrick also competed internationally on the Moot Court International Chamber of Commerce Mediation Team, served as a Board Member on the Real Estate Law Society, and served as a Volunteer Law Clerk for the Shriver Housing Project (Landlord Tenant Clinic).