Patrick Reagin is an attorney in the firm's Litigation Section who focuses on complex business and commercial disputes. He has extensive experience supervising the day-to-day aspects of multibillion-dollar cases and is a go-to lawyer in the firm for high-profile and significant exposure matters. Mr. Reagin has handled disputes for clients in jurisdictions around the country, including litigating corporate issues in the courts of Delaware.
Mr. Reagin has experience counseling clients in a variety of industries, including the financial, energy, manufacturing, technology and maritime sectors. He has a keen procedural mind and looks for creative solutions to tough problems. Mr. Reagin has significant experience working across practice areas with the firm's deep bench of corporate and industry sector attorneys to craft novel transactional solutions to litigation problems. He knows how to think outside the courtroom to solve clients' pressing issues. Mr. Reagin is client service-oriented, proactive and responsive. He is based in Holland & Knight's Atlanta office.
Mr. Reagin's notable representative matters have included:
Mr. Reagin has also developed significant experience advising and representing clients on both sides of public-private partnership (P3) initiatives. He has experience counseling municipalities and private vendors on issues ranging from municipal authority to contract, open records compliance issues, public finance transactions, contract administration and procurement processes.
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Mr. Reagin practiced with a large firm in New Orleans, where he litigated maritime, commercial and environmental cases. Upon graduation from law school, he clerked for the Hon. Ivan L.R. Lemelle of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. He graduated first in his law school class and served as articles editor of the Loyola Law Review.
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