Patrick T. Lewis

Partner, BakerHostetler

Patrick Lewis represents clients in high-stakes litigation, with emphases on class-action defense, commercial litigation, and election law matters. Patrick defines the issues facing his clients early on and helps them craft a winning litigation strategy and navigate complex legal and discovery challenges. He has experience trying difficult cases in both federal and state court and frequently represents his clients on appeal.

Patrick has in-depth experience with matters affecting the financial services industry, having represented clients in this space for most of his career. He recently completed a four-year secondment to a super-regional bank, where he managed portfolios of consumer and commercial litigation across the bank’s multistate footprint, successfully resolving over a hundred matters. Patrick also leverages his financial services expertise to assist banks and other secured parties in restructuring work, with experience in loan workouts, foreclosure/receivership litigation and bankruptcy proceedings.

Finally, Patrick maintains a national election-law practice, recently trying high-impact redistricting cases in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Ohio and Virginia. He has represented members of Congress, legislative bodies, candidates, political parties and other stakeholders in litigation involving redistricting, challenges to electoral procedures, and recounts and election contests. He has also represented clients in state and FEC campaign-finance enforcement proceedings under state and federal campaign finance law.


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