Patrick T. Wilson

Associate || Washington D.C.

Patrick Wilson is an attorney in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. Patrick partners with his clients to provide counseling and litigation services to support their business goals. Patrick provides responsive and time-critical advice and counseling on employment-related compliance strategies, policy and procedure development, agreement reviews, and workforce drawdown and restructurings.

If litigation becomes unavoidable, Patrick is a determined litigator in federal and state court where he aggressively defends employers of all sizes against claims of discrimination, workplace harassment, retaliation, reasonable accommodation for disabilities, family medical leave, wage and hour violations, interference with contracts, defamation, restrictive-covenant disputes. wrongful termination, and other employment related claims under state and federal law. In particular, he supports Maryland clients in the healthcare, hospitality, construction, technology, defense, manufacturing, and retail sectors.

In addition to employment counseling and litigation, Patrick maintains an active traditional labor relations practice. Patrick assists employers to assess their workforce, acts as a first responder for clients facing threats of labor organizing, and defends employers against unfair labor practice litigation before the National Labor Relations Board and state labor agencies.

Patrick is a third-generation Washingtonian, and is a graduate of St. Johns College High School. Patrick graduated from the Wake Forest University School of Law, where he was a member of the Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property. He joined Ogletree Deakins as a summer associate in 2018, and also served as a law clerk to an administrative law judge at the National Labor Relations Board. Prior to law school, Patrick was a business development manager for several high growth technology companies in the Washington, D.C. area.

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