Patrick Fitzmaurice - Associate

Philadelphia
Tel: 215-755-0455
Fax: 215-405-2999
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Patrick Fitzmaurice defends a broad range of clients in premises liability matters, contract actions and product liability suits throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. 
 
He handles cases from inception to resolution, including drafting preliminary objections and other pleadings; conducting discovery, including written discovery, depositions and motion practice; drafting dispositive motions; and appellate practice. Patrick has obtained numerous judgments for clients in both state and federal court at the trial and appellate levels.
 
Patrick’s representative matters include drafting a victorious motion for summary judgment in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and subsequent successful appellate brief before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals based upon assumption of risk in a premises liability action; prevailing on a summary judgment motion in the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas based upon successor liability; and drafting two successful interlocutory appeals before the Superior Court of Pennsylvania challenging jurisdiction, compelling the case against his client to be arbitrated in accordance with the contract at issue.
 
Patrick received his J.D. from Temple University, Beasley School of Law with honors. He completed Temple’s nationally ranked Integrated Trial Advocacy Program. He also received a certificate in trial advocacy and was an editor of the Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania, cum laude.

He serves as the President of his neighborhood registered community organization, the Pennsport Civic Association, and as the board chair of a local charter school. 
Patrick  Fitzmaurice

Education

  • Temple University, Beasley School of Law, J.D., with honors
  • University of Pennsylvania, B.A., cum laude

Admissions

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • Western District of Pennsylvania
  • District of New Jersey
  • Third Circuit Court of Appeals