|VA||Authorized to practice law||1986||02/13/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Fellow||International Academy of Trial Lawyers||2008|
|Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers in America||Lawdragon||2008|
|Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Lawyers in America||Lawdragon Magazine||2007|
|listed in SuperLawyers for Washington DC||SuperLawyers.com||2007|
|listed in Best Lawyers in America||Best Lawyers in America||2006|
|Frederick Abramson Award||D.C. Bar||1998|
|Lawyer of the Year||Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C.||1995|
|Invited Member||Inner Circle of Advocates||N/A|
|Partner||Stein, Mitchell & Mezines||1985 - 2007|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Inner Circle of Advocates||Member||2003 - Present|
|American Law Institute||member||2001 - Present|
|National Board of Trial Advocacy||certified civil trial advocate||1999 - Present|
|Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C.||President||2005 - 2006|
|The Counsellors - Washington, DC||President||2002 - 2003|
|National Academy of Sciences||member, Panel on Law, Science and Technology||2000 - 2006|
|Semsker v. Lockshin||Verdict for plaintiffs $5.8 million|
|Burke v. Groover Christie||Verdict for plaintiff $5.7 million|
|Jones v. Prince George's County, MD||Verdict for plaintiffs, $3.7 million total|
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|The Fearless Cross-Examiner: Win the Witness, Win the Case||Book||2016|
|Winning Medical Malpractice Cases with the Rules of the Road Technique||book||2012|
|Rules of the Road, A Plaintiff Lawyer's Guide to Proving Liability (revised & expanded 2nd edition)||book (co-author)||2010|
|The Life You Save: Nine Steps to Finding the Best Medical Care -- and Avoiding the Worst||consumer book||2009|
|Yale Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1984|
|AAJ teleseminar||Why secret settlements are often unethical||2010|
|Rules of the Road seminar||techniques for winning with "Rules of the Road"||2009|
|DC Superior Court civil trial judges seminar||Avoiding Reversal and other Pitfalls||2009|
|annual convention - Am. Assoc. for Justice||Cross-examining the defense medical examiner||2007|
Posted by anonymous
My family worked with Pat on a brain injury medical malpractice case that resulted in a severe disability to our loved one. During the couple of years that Pat worked with us, he showed a great level of professionalism, dedication, and most importantly sincerity. Patâ€™s knowledge in this field and the research time that he put in gave us a sense of security that we very much needed during a very chaotic time. Patâ€™s attention to details and the manner by which he kept us informed lead us to trust him to do what he needed to while we cared for our injured family member. Pat was also very responsive and straight forward. His work allowed for us to have the resources needed to care for our family member at home. To this date we go back to Pat on things that come up on the settled case and again he is very responsive and helpful and takes the time to assist. Our family is very thankful for the work that Pat Malone and his team provided us.
Posted by William
Pat Malone and his team were always compassionate, clear and thoughtful during their pursuit of a substantial settlement for our son. Our boy suffered a traumatic brain injury during his delivery, which resulted in life-long cognitive and motor impairment. The results of Pat Malone’s effort and experience has given our son the benefit of the most skilled medical care and therapy available. This care has already significantly improved the life of our boy and our entire family.
His confident leadership reduced our worries. While Pat was very detailed and thorough, he also protected us from unnecessary drama. His preparation was so complete that the judge took extra time to complement him on his service to us his clients, saying she was “astonished” at how careful he had been on our boy’s behalf.
We cannot be thankful enough for what Pat and his team accomplished. He led us with steady focus every step along the way and set both a professional and personal example for how a family can face future challenges and succeed.
Posted by anonymous
My lawyer, who had put almost six years into my case, became disabled and chose Pat Malone to see my case through to completion. He had nothing but the highest regard for Pat, and I found, in working with him, that this regard was not misplaced. Watching Pat work was like watching a highly acclaimed artist at work on his next masterpiece. Every client can't have a Pat Malone, but those of us who have been so blessed felt singled out for the very best. We prevailed in the case, but even if we had lost, I knew that I had had the very best representation possible.