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Hunt Ortmann is one of the foremost authorities on California construction law, contracts, dispute resolution and litigation offering additional legal services in the areas of business and commercial law, employment matters and labor law compliance, real estate, insurance and suretyship.

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Patricia J. Wolfe

Associate

phone626.440.5200

fax626.796.0107

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Overview

Patricia Wolfe came to Hunt Ortmann following her tenure at a California firm with a local Pasadena office. Ms. Wolfe also worked at a boutique litigation firm in the Sacramento area where she represented clients in business litigation matters. Originally from the East Coast, subsequent to law school and before relocating to California, Ms. Wolfe worked at a variety of Wall Street financial firms where she drafted and negotiated complex financial documentation.

Ms. Wolfe is a member of the Sacramento County Bar Association and the Placer County Bar Association. Ms. Wolfe has been a member of the California bar since 2016. Her practice focuses mainly on general civil litigation.

 

EDUCATION

Fordham University, School of Law, J.D.
Dartmouth College, B.A.

Proficient in Spanish

Practice Areas

Construction Disputes & Litigation
Contract Disputes
Construction Defects
Mechanic’s Lien Foreclosures

Business & Commercial
Business Contract Disputes & Litigation

Labor & Employment
Employer Counseling / Claim Advice
Drafting Handbooks / Agreements / Policies
Wrongful Termination
Discrimination/Harassment/Retaliation
COVID-19 and Other Workplace Issues

Insurance
Insurance Policy Analysis
Claims Analysis & Monitoring
Coverage Opinions
Tenders of Defense & Indemnity
Allocation / Contribution
Declaratory Relief / Bad Faith / Breach of Contract Litigation

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