John Bourgeois is a versatile trial lawyer with extensive jury-trial experience in a wide variety of civil and criminal cases. In addition to handling high stakes commercial litigation, Mr. Bourgeois represents clients in business disputes, administrative and licensing proceedings, intellectual-property disputes, civil rights litigation, and admiralty and maritime matters. He has particular experience representing individual defendants charged with serious federal and state crimes. Mr. Bourgeois also represents lawyers in malpractice and professional-responsibility proceedings. For more information go to www.johnabourgeois.com.
Recognized in Chambers USA since 2007; Benchmark Litigation for Criminal, General Commercial, Personal Injury, Professional Liability since 2015; Best Lawyers in America for Criminal Defense: White-Collar, 2019.
American Bar Association; Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers; Maryland State Bar Association; District of Columbia Bar Association; Bar Association of Baltimore City; Baltimore County Bar Association; American Association for Justice; National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Co-author, "What to Do When the Feds Come Knocking," Association of Corporate Counsel - Baltimore.
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D.; University of Maryland, College Park, B.A.