Gregory M. Patient
In 1999, Greg was first licensed to practice law in California. He worked for a law firm in Oakland where he provided complex civil litigation defense to Fortune 500 petrochemical, pharmaceutical and automobile companies in areas of products and premises liability, and environmental and toxic torts. He also defended public entities in actions alleging civil rights violations.
In 2002, Greg moved east to Pennsylvania and became licensed to practice both there and in New Jersey. He worked for a law firm in Philadelphia, where he defended routine tort litigation, consumer fraud actions against automobile dealerships, and medical and non-medical malpractice actions.
In 2005, Greg moved to Maine and became licensed to practice. He initially worked in Portland as retained counsel for a national insurance company in the defense of its commercial and personal policyholders. In 2008, Greg began work with Marden Dubord, where he specializes in Insurance Defense and Medical Malpractice Defense.
Greg was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, and moved with his family to Fort Worth, Texas during childhood. He graduated in three years with a degree in finance from the University of Texas at Austin, and obtained his law degree from the University of Notre Dame. Greg is married with two young daughters. In addition to hugs from his daughters and a nice glass of red wine, he enjoys golf, hiking and the Minnesota Twins.