John P. Golden is a graduate of the Chicago-Kent College of Law (2014) where he was a submissions editor for the Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property and was a teaching assistant for Civil Procedure. He also received a CALI book award in Civil Procedure. While in law school, he worked as a legal intern for The Association for Operations Management and a large national firm in Chicago, IL, where he gained experience in the areas of intellectual property and labor and employment. Since graduating, John has practiced defense litigation in both state and federal courts pertaining to medical malpractice, general liability, commercial litigation, and real estate law.
Successfully defended and argued against plaintiff’s post-trial motion challenging the constitutionality of cap of non-economic damages provided in Fla. Stat. § 766.209 on behalf of a Florida hospital.
Counseled technology startup on issues such as equity agreements, intellectual property, incorporation papers, and liability policies and procedures.
Represented and defended physicians, nurses, and hospitals in medical malpractice cases.
Successfully prepared and prosecuted trademark application at the United States Patent and Trademark Office on behalf of technology startup.
Assisted in defense of corporate clients in various labor and employment matters including matters before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
State Bar of Florida
United States District Court, Southern District of Florida
Appeals & Appellate Work
Commercial General Liability
Construction Law & Litigation