New York


Patrick J Sheehan

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Boston Office


Mr. Sheehan heads the Firm’s Boston, Massachusetts office. Mr. Sheehan’s practice focuses on complex litigation involving health care law and consumer protection issues. As part of his practice, Mr. Sheehan represents a wide array of health care providers and consumers in class actions and other complex litigation pending throughout the country. Mr. Sheehan’s health care practice focuses on issues concerning health care financing, including provider reimbursement, health insurance coverage issues and antitrust matters. Mr. Sheehan’s consumer protection practice concentrates on issues related to health insurance, other types of insurance, data breach and privacy litigation, and myriad other issues implicating consumer protection law.

Mr. Sheehan is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross and Northeastern University School of Law, where he was an editor of the NU Forum. Mr. Sheehan is a member of the American Bar Association, the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys and the Boston Bar Association. Mr. Sheehan is a past President and longstanding member of the Board of Directors of the Holy Cross Lawyers Association and a member of the Holy Cross Alumni Association Board of Directors.  Mr. Sheehan is also a long-time member of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Health Law Section Council and a member of the American Society of Medical Association Counsel.  Mr. Sheehan has been recognized as a Super Lawyer for his work in class actions for years and frequently speaks on issues concerning health care law and class actions.

Mr. Sheehan is a member of the Massachusetts and New York bars and is admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the District of Massachusetts, the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, the Northern District of Illinois, the District of Colorado, the Eastern District of Michigan, the United States Courts of Appeals for the First, Third, Fourth and Eleventh Circuits and the United States Supreme Court.


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