Patrick F. Madden is an associate attorney in the Consumer
Protection, Employment Law, Insurance Products & Financial
Services, and Lending Practices & Borrowers' Rights practice
groups at Berger & Montague. His practice principally focuses
on consumer class actions concerning financial practices and
Mr. Madden has served in key roles in multiple nationwide
consumer class actions. For example, he represented homeowners
whose mortgage loan servicers force-placed extraordinarily
high-priced insurance on them and allegedly received a kickback
from the insurer in exchange. Collectively, Mr. Madden's
force-placed insurance settlements have made more than $175 million
in recoveries available to class members.
Furthermore, Mr. Madden represents the City of Miami and the
City of Miami Gardens in cases against financial institutions
alleging the institutions issued loans to minority borrowers that
were higher-priced than those issued to similarly situated white
borrowers in violation of the federal Fair Housing Act.
He is also presently involved in the representation of a
proposed class of elite mixed martial arts fighters in an antitrust
lawsuit against the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Le, et al. v. Zuffa, LLC, No. 15-cv-1045 (D. Nev.). In
addition, Mr. Madden represents a proposed class of direct
purchasers of dental supplies and equipment in an antitrust lawsuit
against distributors of those products. See Dental Supplies
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Madden worked at the
United States Department of Labor, Office of Labor-Management
Standards as an investigator during which time he investigated
allegations of officer election fraud and financial crimes by union
officers and employees.
While at Temple Law School, Mr. Madden was the Executive Editor
of Publications for the Temple Journal of Science, Technology
& Environmental Law.
Prominent Judgments & Settlements
Insurance and Financial Product Actions
Construction Product Actions