Patrick Hall

Associate

  • location icon Phoenix, AZ
    2929 North Central Avenue
    Suite 1700
    Phoenix, AZ 85012

N. Patrick Hall is a senior associate in the Phoenix office of Lewis Brisbois, and is a member of the General Liability, Labor & Employment, and Professional Liability Practices. He has more than a decade of experience handling tort claims, toxic exposure claims, breach of contract claims, non-compete and trade secret claims, and professional liability claims. His clients include prominent businesses, tech companies, financial brokers, insurance brokers, real estate companies, healthcare providers, and automakers. He has also successfully defended a number of companies against statutory claims brought under the Bankruptcy Code, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and consumer protection/lemon laws.

Publications

The Plight of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act in the Post-Enron Era: The Ninth Circuit's Interpretation of Materiality in Employer-Teamster v. America West, 2004 BYU L. Rev. 863

Foreign Languages

Fluent in Spanish

Admissions

Arizona

Arizona Supreme Court

United States District Court for the State of Arizona

United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit

Associations

  • State Bar of Arizona
  • J. Reuben Clark Law Society
  • Mountain Bike Association of Arizona (MBAA)
  • International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA)
  • Maricopa County Bar Association
  • Mesa Soccer Club (MSC United) Coach
  • Mesa Youth Basketball Coach
  • Sustainable Trails Coalition
  • Hermosa Vista Elementary PTO

Awards & Honors

  • Glen L. Farr Merit Scholarship, BYU Law School, 2001-2004
  • Peer Recognition Award, Constitutional Law, 2001-2002

Education

Brigham Young University Law School

Juris Doctor, cum laude

  • Editor, BYU Law Review
  • Editor, BYU Law and Education Journal
  • Research Fellow, International Center for Law and Religion Studies

Brigham Young University

Bachelor of Arts, with honors

  • Honors English, Graduate
  • Teaching Assistant, BYU Honors Political Philosophy
  • Writing Instructor, BYU Humanities Department

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