Patrick (Pat) Almonrode
Litigator / Partner
Patrick (Pat) Almonrode has spent years litigating tirelessly to protect his clients’ rights. After a successful career as a visual artist, he attended Fordham University School of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctorate with cum laude honors. He later clerked for Barbara S. Jones, a judge of the Federal District Court of the Southern District of New York.
Mr. Almonrode has experience in general commercial litigation, having worked at two mid-size New York firms. He also has experience in civil rights litigation: immediately before joining our firm, he served as a staff attorney at Children’s Rights, where he helped litigate several large class action lawsuits on behalf of abused and neglected foster children. He’s accustomed to fighting – and winning – for seemingly powerless clients, against seemingly overwhelming odds.
Mr. Almonrode is a member of the New York Bar and the Federal District Courts of the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the District of Colorado. He is also a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, and the New York County Lawyers Association. Pat focuses on wage and hour class and collective actions, and on “whistleblower” lawsuits on behalf of individuals reporting fraud on the government. He approaches all of his cases – big and small – with diligence, care, and a passion for justice.
J.D. (cum laude), Fordham University School of Law
M.F.A., University of Minnesota
B.A., University of Dallas
Areas of Experience
Protecting Whistleblowers: False Claims Act (FCA)
Tips to filing a Qui Tam
Qui Tam Retaliation
Common Healthcare Scams
Investigation of Parity Cryptocurrency Wallet Provider
State Qui Tam/Whistleblower Statutes
CFTC Whistleblower Lawyers
Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer
Taxotere Hair Loss
Abilify Compulsive Gambling
Metal on Metal Hips
PPI Kidney Disease
Zantac Cancer Lawsuit
Background Checks (FCRA) Lawyers
Sexual Harassment Lawyers
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Lawyers
Severance Agreement Lawyers
Wage & Hour Lawyers
Warn Act Lawyers
Brain Injury Lawyers
Car Accident Lawyers
Catastrophic Injury Lawyers
Construction Accident Lawyers
Ladder Fall Lawyers
Medical Malpractice Lawyers
Nursing Home Injury Lawyers
Ride Share Accident Lawyers
Scaffolding Fall Lawyers
Train Accident Lawyers
Truck Accident Lawyers
Wrongful Death Lawyers
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Tens of Millions in Settlements for Mass Tort Injuries and Class Actions
$7 Million Plus Settlement for Consumer Fraud
$7 Million Dollar Commercial Litigation Settlement
Millions in Settlements for Women Injured by New Generation Hormonal Product
Women who sustained blood clots from a new Generation Hormonal Product received and continue to receive compensation for their injuries. Compensable injuries include Pulmonary Embolisms (PE), Deep-Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Strokes and Death. The firm is still investigating and accepting cases.
Nationwide $3.5 Million Settlement for Wage & Hour Class Action Case
Case brought on behalf of at home call center workers who were not paid for all their time worked including boot up time, technical time and other time. Workers were told by the company that boot up time which lasted 15 minutes or more was not paid because it was considered their commute to work. Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
$3.2 Million Settlement for Wage & Hour Class Action Case
Case brought on behalf of workers who were misclassified as salaried exempt from overtime. The employer led employees to believe that they had to work unlimited hours over 40 without overtime compensation even though based on their job duties it was alleged they were entitled to overtime pay.
$2.4 Million Dollar Settlement for Wage & Hour Class Action
Lawsuit was brought as a class action on behalf of workers who worked in excess of 40 hours a week and were not paid overtime. The employer was forcing them to work “off the clock” for those hours and failed to pay proper overtime compensation.
$2 Million Dollar Settlement for False Claims Act (Whistleblower Case)
“$2 Million Dollar False Claims Act (FCA) Settlement – Unnecessary Services”
A case against GenomeDx was brought alleging violations of the False Claims Act (FCA) and the California Insurance Claims Fraud Prevention Act regarding unnecessary services such as the testing of tissues that did not need to be tested. The case resulted in a $350,000 whistleblower award.
$2 Million Dollar Settlement for Truck Accident Victim
Our firm was Of Counsel to a serious truck accident case involving a trucking accident with multiple injuries.
Nationwide $1.3 Million Judgment against Future Income Payments and Scott Kohn for Consumer Fraud
Scott Kohn and Future Income Payments conspired to defraud veterans out of their hard earned pensions by offering them loans at loanshark rates and claiming it was a “purchase” not a loan.
$1.7 Million Dollar Settlement for Wage & Hour Case
Misclassified employees under the FLSA were not paid overtime for hours worked in excess of 40. Due to a confidentiality agreement specific details are intentionally omitted.
Judgment with Maximum Damages for Employment Litigation
Judgment for misclassification under the FLSA including maximum damages under State and Federal Laws, plus an incentive fee for the lead plaintiff with attorney fees paid separately. The case involved a worker who was paid a day rate regardless of the amount of hours worked per day and per week.
Class Action Jury Trial
Workers alleged that they were misclassified according to their job duties. The Defendant claimed an administrative exemption under the FLSA and state law. Misclassification cases under the FLSA are the cases most often tried due to non-monetary considerations. Jury Trial lasted three weeks. Settlement offered in lieu of appeal.
Acquittal at Trial
Despite videotaped evidence that the prosecutor alleged incriminated the defendant, Mr. Brown was able to obtain an acquittal at trial for his client. Please note, that while we, the Brown, LLC will provide consultations in defense matters, the firm spends most of its time litigating complex litigation such as class actions, mass torts and catastrophic injuries.
Judgment with Maximum Damages for Wage & Hour Dispute
Wage & Hour dispute on behalf of hourly employees who were not paid time and a half for hours in excess of 40. Employees were granted double damages for all their time with attorney fees and costs paid separately.
Million Dollar Settlement for Wage & Hour Class Action Case
Workers were compelled to come into work 15 minutes early to set up, but were not paid for their set up time. Gap issues aside, workers received double damages for the time worked for 3 years’ worth of pay with attorney fees paid separately.
This is a non-exhaustive list of prior results and successes of Jason T. Brown and the Brown, LLC. Past results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
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