Here’s a common scenario: You discover a potential compliance issue and worry about being sued. You hire outside counsel to help prepare for litigation. Trial counsel in turn hires a consulting firm for the express purpose of helping in its litigation efforts by preparing a report addressing how the breach happened, its effects, and how
John Burlingame is global co-chair of the Squire Patton Boggs Litigation Practice. He works extensively on high-value, high-profile cases and issues that receive national media attention. His experience as lead trial counsel spans a range of subjects, often involving matters of false advertising and unfair business competition.
John’s cases have often received national media attention, including front page coverage in the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Los Angeles Times. As a result, John regularly oversees the efforts of public relations professionals working on his clients’ behalf. He has been named as part of the Legal Elite by the readership of Washington SmartCEO and been recognized as a Washington, DC and Virginia Super Lawyer – Business Litigation.
John has lectured or served on numerous speaking panels, including as an invited guest at the University of Colorado School of Law, the University of Pennsylvania School of Law, and the University of Richmond School of Law.