About Kitchin Legal
Patrick R. Kitchin, Esq.
Patrick Kitchin is a graduate of The University of Michigan Law School and has practiced in California since 1992.
Patrick represents and advises both employees and employers in all aspects of labor and employment law. Patrick also represents and advises businesses in civil disputes as well as individuals who have been injured by the negligent conduct of others.
Since 2002 Patrick has represented large classes of retail employees in several cutting-edge wage and hour class action lawsuits. According to retail and employment law experts, his class action lawsuits against Polo Ralph Lauren, Gap, Banana Republic and Chico’s led to substantial changes in the retail industry’s labor practices across the U.S. Articles about his work on behalf of retail employees have appeared in hundreds of publications around the world, including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post and San Francisco Chronicle, as well as on television and radio networks in the U.S. and Europe.
Patrick is a committed legal educator and a regular contributor to various employment publications. He has spoken on Public Radio stations across California concerning employment and consumer rights.
He is an active member of the California Bar Association, the Bar Association of San Francisco and the Alameda County Bar Association. He serves as Secretary to the Alameda County Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Executive Committee, and is a long-term member of the Alameda County Bar Association’s Fee Arbitration Program Governing Committee.
Patrick is ranked “A-V®” by Martindale-Hubbell®, its highest peer-review rating for legal knowledge, skill and ethics.
Patrick can be reached at (415) 677-9058 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Word About Partnering
We partner with lawyers and law firms from across the country when the nature of the case demands the engagement of multiple lawyers with diverse skills.
Partnering with other lawyers gives us the ability to staff each case as needed and to bring together leading experts in various fields of law. Partnering gives the ability to prosecute extremely large and complex cases in a wide range of areas, including employment class actions and claims involving numerous defendants.
Partnering gives us the ability to focus the right amount—and the right kind—of attention on each client’s case.