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Patric Miller Verrone, American lawyer, writer. Bar: Florida 1984, California 1988, United States District Court (middle district) Florida 1984, United States District Court (central district) California 1995, United States Court Appeals (9th circuit) 1995.

Background

Verrone, Patric Miller was born on September 29, 1959 in Glendale, New York City. Son of Pat and Edna (Miller) Verrone.

Education

Bachelor, Harvard University, 1981. Juris Doctor, Boston College, 1984.

Career

Associate, Allen, Knudsen, Swartz, DeBoest, Rhoads & Edwards, Fort Myers, Florida, 1984-1986;writer, The Tonight Show, Burbank, California, 1987-1990;temporary judge, Santa Monica Municipal Court, since 1999. Adjunct Professor Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, 1998-1999.

Achievements

  • Bar: Florida 1984, California 1988, United States District Court (middle district) Florida 1984, United States District Court (central district) California 1995, United States Court Appeals (9th circuit) 1995.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Director, producer, writer The Civil War-The Lost Episode, 1991. Writer: The Larry Sanders Show, 1992-1994, The Critic, 1993-1995. Producer, writer The Simpsons, 1994-1995, 2002-2006, Muppets Tonight!, 1995-1997 (Emmy award Best Children's Program, 1998), Pinky and the Brain, 1998, Futurama, 1998—2002 (Environmental Media award, 2000, 2003, Writers Guild American award nominee, 2004, Emmy nominee, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, Writers Guild award nominee, 2004, Emmy award for outstanding animated progressive, 2002, Annie award nominee, 2004, Annie award winner, 2007, 2008, 2009), 2006-2010, co-executive producer, writer Class of 3000, 2005-2006, Futurama Movies, 2006-2007.

      Editor: Harvard Lampoon, 1978-1984, Boston College Law Review, 1983-1984, Florida Bar Journal, 1987-1988, Los Angeles Lawyer, 1994—2006. Issue editor Annual Entertainment Law Issue, 1995—2006. Contributor articles to professional journals including Elysian Fields Quarterly, White's Guide to Collecting Figures, Frank Sinatra: The Man, The Music, The Legend, Bongo Comics.

Membership

Board directors California confederation of Arts, 1994-1998, Museum Contemporary Art, 1994-1995. Trustee American Film Institute, 2005-2009. Member advisory board Hollywood Health and Society, 2005-2009.

Member American Bar Association (vice-chair arts, entertainment and sports law committee 1995-1996), California Bar, California Lawyers for Arts, Los Angeles County Bar Association (secretary barristers executive committee, chairman artists and the law committee, steering committee homeless shelter project, intellectual property and entertainment law section, state appelate judicial evaluation committee, legislation activity committee), Florida Bar Association, Association Media and Entertainment Counsel (Labor Counsel of Year 2006), Writers Guild American West (executive committee animation writers caucus, board directors 1999-2001, since 2009, secretary, treasurer, 2001-2005, chair organizing committee 2001-2005, president 2005-2009, animation writers caucus, Animation Caucus Lifetime Achievement award 2002), Harvard Club Lee County (vice president 1985-1986), Harvard Club Southern California.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: baseball.

Connections

Married Margaret Maiya Williams, 1989. Children: Patric Carroll Williams, Marianne Emma Williams, Theodore Henry Williams.

father:
Pat Verrone

mother:
Edna (Miller) Verrone

spouse:
Margaret Maiya Williams

children:
Patric Carroll Williams Verrone

Marianne Emma Williams Verrone

Theodore Henry Williams Verrone