PATRICK K. O’BRIEN focuses on general civil litigation with an emphasis on complex construction, automobile, business, trust, insurance and product liability matters.
He received his undergraduate degree from Loyola Marymount University and his law degree from Gonzaga Law School where he was Associate Editor of the Gonzaga Law Review.
Mr. O’Brien has successfully tried a number of cases, including several major business fraud cases, automobile and truck cases, construction matters and elder abuse cases. The firm currently represents clients statewide in matters involving commercial automobile issues, construction defect, employment, public entity disputes, business fraud, breach of contract, aviation and trust and estate issues.
Mr. O’Brien has previously worked at major law firms, including Ropers, Majeski in California and has served as CEO, General Counsel and Board Member for companies in the United States, the United Kingdom and Central America.
Recent Articles Authored By Mr. O’Brien Include:
- Liability Waiver: Transferring the Risk to the Passenger
- Common Carriers: Not Insurers of Passenger Safety
- Strategies for Being Safe with Affiliates