John M. Burke
John M. Burke
383 U.S. Route One
Scarborough, ME 04074
John M. Burke is a New England trademark attorney who assists clients in selection, screening, registration, licensing and enforcement of trademarks and service marks. In addition to trademark prosecution and enforcement, John works with clients to identify, manage and license their intellectual property. Through Caseiro Burke’s Litigation Practice, John also provides intellectual property litigation services.
Prior to joining Caseiro Burke, John represented clients in matters before state and federal courts involving criminal defense, personal injury, family disputes and contract and business disputes. He has significant courtroom experience.
John received his law degree from Thomas M. Cooley School of Law with a concentration in litigation. While in law school, John was a student attorney at the Kent County Prosecutor’s Office where he successfully prosecuted misdemeanor criminal offenses. John was also invited to represent the law school in a national moot court competition.
In addition to practicing intellectual property law, John has returned to Saint Joseph’s College as an Adjunct Professor teaching law related subject matter to upperclassmen in the Criminal Justice/Sociology department.
J.D., Western Michigan University Cooley School of Law (f/k/a Thomas. M. Cooley Law School), Concentration in Litigation, 2010
B.A., Criminal Justice, Saint Joseph’s College, 2007
United States District Court, District of Maine, 2011
United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, 2012
American Intellectual Property Law Association