Attorney

Patrick
Akers

Attorney
Attorney

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Pat is a member of the Trial Section and focuses his practice on commercial litigation, commercial bankruptcy, and creditors’ rights. Pat has represented public, private, and governmental entities in commercial contract disputes, and has represented asset purchasers, debtors, landlords, secured and unsecured creditors, and trustees in bankruptcy and receivership cases.

Prior to joining Moye White, Pat served as an associate in the litigation group at an AmLaw 200 firm. He also served as a cyberspace operations officer in the United States Air Force.

Outside of the office, Pat can be found training for long-distance races, and exploring the Colorado outdoors. He also enjoys listening to indie/folk music, and teaching himself how to play piano.


Publications and Articles

Co-author
“Supreme Court Holds Businesses Engaged in Nonjudicial Foreclosures Are Not ‘Debt Collectors’ Under the FDCPA”
Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP Client Alert , March 2019

Author
“Establishing Rule of Law Through Informal Justice Systems and Development Programs”
30 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 115, 2016