Patty League joined Cummins & White, LLP in April 2011. She has more than 28 years of experience as a paralegal in the areas of construction law and general civil litigation. Ms. League spent the greater part of those years working as a paralegal with attorney D. Paul Purcell, representing institutional and construction-related businesses in litigation matters, with special emphasis on creditor’s rights, construction remedies and commercial collections. She has experience in both state and federal construction areas, including Federal Miller Act law.
Patty is currently President of the National Association of Women in Construction, Orange County Chapter. Her involvement includes volunteering for the Block Kids and Camp NAWIC programs. Camp NAWIC introduces high school girls to women role models who have achieved success in all areas of construction. In addition, Camp NAWIC offers a supportive and nurturing environment for high school girls to explore and develop basic skills in the areas of carpentry, electrical, and welding/cutting.
Ms. League is actively involved in all aspects of litigation support, including the preparation of pleadings, discovery and correspondence, as well as conducting legal research and investigations. She is heavily involved in both state and federal trial preparation, including the preparation of witness lists, exhibit books,jury instructions, and special verdict forms.
Her investigation experience includes asset searches, UCC filing searches, locating witnesses, judgment and lien searches, and searching for and obtaining relevant public records.
Ms. League also has more than eight years of Criminal Defense experience at both the state and federal levels.
Patty is President of the Orange County Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction.
Additionally, Patty sits on the Board of Directors for Living Ubuntu, a non-profit organization with a focus on the effects of stress, trauma and compassion fatigue, seeking to increase awareness of the global and local impact of these issues.