As a former accountant, Patrick focuses on achieving results for his clients that are beneficial from a business as well as from a legal perspective. Patrick is a commercial and real estate litigator representing clients in a variety of industries including advanced energy, real estate, employment, construction, and private equity.
He has successfully tried cases to judges and juries and has experience representing clients in venues around the country. He also defends clients in administrative proceedings and arbitrations. Patrick has a depth of experience with both commercial and real estate disputes, including landlord/tenant disputes, lease disputes, evictions, boundary disputes, breach of contract, and more.
A Wyoming native and a member of the Wyoming State Bar, Patrick regularly represents clients throughout Wyoming where he has litigated cases involving mountain real estate developments, business disputes, and oil and gas agreements. Patrick is licensed in all Wyoming state and federal courts.
As a member of Moye White’s Advanced Energy Group, Patrick advises clients regarding matters involving energy generation, construction, and investment, and finance. Patrick is also active in the firm’s Employment Group and has defended employers against unemployment actions, Occupational Safety and Health Act wrongful termination complaints, and Fair Labor Standards Act class action lawsuits.
Before joining Moye White, Patrick clerked for Judge Daniel J. Kaup in Colorado’s Eighth Judicial District Court in Fort Collins, Colorado. Before law school, Patrick worked for Deloitte & Touche, LLP in Philadelphia and Denver where he audited public utility, insurance, and oil and gas companies.