I joined Burch Cracchiolo in 2000 as a shareholder after practicing for sixteen... more
I joined Burch Cracchiolo in 2000 as a shareholder after practicing for sixteen years at Horne, Bistrow Dulberg P.C. Before I moved to Arizona in 1984, I served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office from 1978-1984, where I tried more than forty felony cases. Since 1984, my practice has concentrated on construction law and commercial litigation - focus... view profile
Pat represents creditors in complex bankruptcy and creditors' rights matters, and... more
Pat represents creditors in complex bankruptcy and creditors' rights matters, and has extensive commercial litigation experience with an emphasis on contracts, real estate, and UCC issues. He is also experienced in commercial real estate matters, and has represented clients in the purchase and sale of businesses and business assets. After graduating magna cum laude from the University of Il... view profile
Starting on January 1, 2011, the owners of the law firms of McKeighan Pierce PC (est.... more
Starting on January 1, 2011, the owners of the law firms of McKeighan Pierce PC (est. 2003) and DiCarlo Caserta Phelps PLLC (est. 2005) combined their practices into a new and more dynamic firm known as DiCarlo Caserta McKeighan Phelps PLC. The new firm marries a strong complex litigation practice with an established business transactions and estate planning practice, while maintaining an em... view profile
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