About Attorney Patrick Moran (FL)
Patrick Moran is a respected Michigan attorney who also has experience in FL. He guides a recently established law firm focused on commercial and corporate matters. With an extensive background in the area of cross-border infrastructure and transportation, Patrick Moran has a lead role with the Detroit International Bridge Company in its plans to create a new bridge to replace the 86-year-old Ambassador Bridge, which serves as a link for 25 percent of trade between Canada and the United States.
Moran’s experience in this sphere extends to the 1970s, when he successfully provided U.S.-based defense against the Ambassador Bridge’s proposed confiscation by Canada in a case that lasted from 1979 to 1980. The practice he guided as founding partner maintained Oakland County locations spanning Cheboygan, Petoskey, Birmingham, and Detroit, and a team of more than 50 lawyers.
Active in his community, Moran engages with organizations such as the Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club and serves in the Michigan Bar Association’s Master Lawyers Section.
University of Michigan
9/1964 - 6/1968
BA in Pre-Law/Zoology
Wayne State University Law School
9/1969 - 6/1972