Patrick L. Prindle

Patrick L. PrindlePatrick Prindle was admitted to practice in California in 1979, and in the State of Montana in 1983. He is also admitted to practice before The Supreme Court of the United States, as well as the United States District Courts for the Southern, Central, Eastern, and Northern Districts of California, and the District of Montana. Mr. Prindle specializes in general civil litigation, with emphasis in the trial, arbitration, and mediation of matters concerning complex commercial, employment, construction, and insurance disputes. He is rated “AV” by Martindale-Hubbell, is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), and is a Master in the William B. Enright Inn of Court.

Mr. Prindle has been lead counsel in over 33 jury trials, and counsel of record in over 70 trials and administrative hearings. He has briefed and appeared in 20 appeals, arguing cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit; The Supreme Court of California; The Supreme Court of Montana; and the California Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District.

Mr. Prindle graduated from the University of Montana, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration (Finance). He attended law school in San Diego, graduating from Western State University, College of Law in 1978. He has taught law school courses in Products Liability Law as an Adjunct Professor, and has lectured various groups of attorneys and business managers on subjects including “Mold and Environmental Litigation” and “Handling Construction Disputes”.

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