2014 – BURBIDGE MITCHELL & GROSS AS ONE OF EIGHT HIGHLY RECOMMENDED LOCAL LITIGATION FIRMS

2014

2014 Benchmark Plaintiff-The Definitive Guide to America’s Leading Plaintiff Litigation Firms and Attorneys lists Burbidge Mitchell & Gross as one of eight highly recommended local (Utah) litigation firms and names, as Utah’s local litigation stars, Richard Burbidge in the Practice Areas of Personal Injury and General Commercial, and Jefferson Gross in the Practice Areas of Intellectual Property, Personal Injury and General Commercial.

The 2014 Benchmark Plaintiff states that the “Salt Lake City litigation boutique Burbidge Mitchell & Gross has been in the business since 1976 representing clients with severe injury and wrongful death claims as well as in business and commercial litigation matters. Its wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases often result from medical malpractice, automobile collisions, plane and helicopter crashes, and mass transit collisions. The firm’s business and complex commercial practice handles securities, real estate, intellectual property, trademarks, and trade secrets, among many others. It has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in major antitrust actions involving the pharmaceutical industry, automobile dealerships, and gas and oil distributors. The firm’s six attorneys collectively have more than 80 years of experience. Although smaller than several of its competitors, the firm lays claim to many high-profile, multimillion-dollar wins. “Burbridge Mitchell does nothing but high-end, high-stakes litigation, and they are among the best in the state for that,” issues a peer.  Admitted in both Utah and California, co-founder Richard Burbidge serves as the firm’s managing partner. He has tried many complex commercial litigation and catastrophic injury cases to verdict. Burbidge is noted for his role in negotiating a landmark 2011 multimillion-dollar settlement with Dole on behalf of his client, a woman who became seriously ill and almost died after consuming the food producer’s baby spinach that was tainted with E. coli.”
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