Patrick Clendenen practices in the Business Law and Litigation areas. He is a trial lawyer with significant experience in sophisticated business and fiduciary disputes, including contracts, consumer financial services, products liability, business torts, class action suits, derivative actions, and securities matters. He also focuses on intellectual property litigation, including Internet, patents, trade dress, and trade secret matters. Pat has represented a wide range of public and private businesses and corporate clients nationally in both state and federal courts of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, Illinois, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, Missouri, Florida, Texas, Arizona, Ohio, and California. He also represents business and corporate clients in international cross-border disputes, both in litigation and alternative dispute resolution.
Prior to joining Davis Malm, Pat was a partner at Sally & Fitch LLP and Nelson Mullins. He also spent 16 years at Mintz Levin. Following law school, he was a Law Clerk to the Honorable Ellen Bree Burns, then Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut.