Patrick G. Broderick focuses his practice on litigation related to claims arising out of federal consumer protection statutes, including the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, Truth in Lending Act, Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and Telephone Consumer Protection Act as well as various state consumer protection statutes. He is experienced defending companies against class action lawsuits asserting violation of consumer protection statutes, and overseeing company responses to government investigations initiated by state attorneys general and federal regulatory agencies relating to mortgage servicing practices.
Patrick handles commercial litigation matters, including breaches of contract claims arising out of franchising arrangements, licensing agreements, distribution agreements, and other contracts entered into by companies in industries such as telecommunications, consumer credit reporting, technology and manufacturing.
Patrick is also experienced in product liability actions, including those involving pharmaceuticals, medical devices, industrial equipment, automatic doors and other consumer products. He has trial experience defending claims based on failure to warn, design defect, manufacturing defects, breach of warranty, and consumer protection claims.
Patrick also served as a Captain in the United States Army Reserve. In June 2008, he was mobilized for one year in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, and he served in Washington, D.C. as an appellate attorney at the United States Army Legal Services Agency, Government Appellate Division. While mobilized, he earned numerous awards and accolades for the appeals he handled.