About The Burke Law Firm

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What We Are

The Burke Law Firm is a boutique business litigation and business law firm. Michael Burke represents companies and corporate executives in business disputes, including employment law, trade secret misappropriation cases, unfair competition, class actions and defamation actions.  Mr. Burke also has substantial experience defending officers and directors in shareholder litigation and partnership disputes, as well as in regulatory compliance matters, 

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Reducing Your Risk of Litigation

By investing the time to learn about your business operations, goals and your daily concerns, the Firm provides proactive counsel and legal strategies designed to help your business achieve its long-term goals. We identify business threats and implement risk mitigation strategies to prevent litigation as well as minimizing harm to your brand and reputation.

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From Courtroom to Boardroom

Mr. Burke frequently serves as general counsel to businesses across the industry spectrum. He is a trusted advisor to corporate boards of directors and a key member of corporate crisis management teams. He appreciates the balance between controlling litigation costs and securing desired legal outcomes. Additionally, because of his business consulting expertise, Michael Burke brings a perspective to business threats and relationships that regular litigation attorneys do not. He is AV-rated by his peers, a member of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers, and a member of the Forum for Corporate Directors. 

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The Burke Law Firm

4000 MacArthur Blvd, 6th Floor East Tower, Newport Beach, CA 92660

MKB@BurkeFirmOC.com (949) 423-6422


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