Patrick J. Maher
Patrick J. Maher is an associate in Nutter’s Litigation Department.
Previously, Patrick interned at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Atlanta, where he evaluated the merits of claims and determined their suitability for litigation by the EEOC based on the Commission’s strategic enforcement initiatives. He has also served as an extern in the legal department at Mercedes-Benz USA, where he worked with the company’s corporate counsel on employment matters.
Prior to law school, Patrick worked as a litigation case assistant at a law firm in Atlanta. He supported over 40 litigation attorneys by maintaining case files throughout the litigation process and compiling exhibits for attorney review and trial usage. Before that, he was a legal assistant at a Georgia-based law firm, where he drafted pleadings and discovery documents in criminal, family law, and bankruptcy cases.
Patrick was the executive symposium editor of the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal and a member of the Emory Labor and Employment Law Society and the Emory Public Interest Committee during law school. He also served as a student attorney in Emory’s Barton Juvenile Defender Clinic, where he represented child clients in juvenile court and provided legal advocacy in the areas of school discipline, special education, mental health, and public benefits.
- Palisade Corporation
Nutter represented Palisade Corporation, an Ithaca, New York-based provider of risk modeling and decision analysis software, in its recapitalization by Thompson Street Capital Partners (TSCP), a private equity firm based in St. Louis, MO.
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Education & Admissions
Emory University School of Law, J.D., with honors
Kenyon College, B.A.
- U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts
Patrick was the executive symposium editor of the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal and a member of the Emory Labor and Employment Law Society and the Emory Public Interest Committee during law school.