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PIB Law Is Pleased to Welcome Patrick Tracey as a Partner in the Firm's Boston Office Print PDF


PIB Law is pleased to welcome Patrick Tracey, who joins the Firm as a Partner in our Boston office.  Patrick is a highly regarded litigator, who most recently served as the Senior Vice President and Director of Litigation for Santander Bank.  In that role, Patrick managed a large litigation portfolio on a wide variety of matters, including IP, class actions and regulatory.  He provided direct litigation strategy and was the key advisor to senior management on government investigations and regulatory issues. Patrick previously worked in private practice at Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP and Cooley Manion Jones LLP where he represented clients in Court as well as before regulatory agencies in the areas of litigation, compliance, regulatory matters, product liability, medical malpractice and insurance coverage disputes.  During his tenure at Morgan Lewis, Patrick spent two years at JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA in their Consumer and Community Bank Division in Operations and Investigations.  During that time, he counseled bank executives, management and in house legal advisors on regulatory and compliance matters, and advised on pre-litigation and regulatory matters involving consumer finance issues, mortgage banking and other lending divisions.  Patrick conducted internal investigations to identify breaches of operational policies and procedures and educated internal clients on proactive measures and approaches to reducing risks. 

Patrick served in the U.S. Air Force.  He is a Desert Storm Veteran and received multiple commendations during his service.  He is the founder of a pro bono legal clinic at U.S. Veteran’s Administration in Boston, was the National Chair of Santander’s Pro Bono Council, is a Board Member of the National Kidney Foundation, New England and a Member of the Veteran’s Advisory Board.   

“Patrick is a great asset to our Firm and we are delighted he is joining our Boston office.  Through his wealth of experience providing guidance to both in house and outside clients he has honed his expertise on managing litigation and reducing risks for an organization.  His dedication to pro bono also aligns with our Firm’s commitment to serving the legal community and the community at large.”  commented Sanjay Ibrahim, the Firm’s Managing Partner

Patrick earned his J.D. from Suffolk University Law School and his B.S., cum laude, from Western Connecticut State University.