Washington University in St. Louis,
J.D., magna cum laude, 2015
Editor in Chief, Washington University Law Review
Claremont McKenna College,
B.A. Philosophy, Politics, and Econmics, cum laude, 2012
Thompson Coburn LLP
Summer Associate, 2014
Patrick helps his clients through a range of corporate matters, including mergers and acquisitions, securities law compliance, and venture capital transactions.
He has extensive experience in all stages of the M&A process, from the first contemplation of the transaction through post-closing considerations. He manages the due diligence process, drafts and negotiates definitive purchase and ancillary agreements, and coordinates the closing.
Patrick also advises clients with respect to securities offerings, SEC filings and reporting matters. He analyzes exchange listing requirements and other securities disclosure issues, along with venture capital investments, corporate governance and general business guidance.
In his practice, Patrick focuses on finding business-oriented solutions to legal issues and helping clients achieve their commercial goals while navigating potential risks and emerging problems.
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