Victoria Burke focuses on complex antitrust litigation and class actions.
- On behalf of the American Bar Association, serves as Vice-Chair of the Trademark Transactions Committee, Chair of the Fashion Law Subcommittee, and is former Vice-Chair of the Trademark Litigation Committee
- Admitted to practice in California
- Admitted to practice in the District of Columbia
- Admitted to practice in several federal courts, including the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
- Loyola Law School’s Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program (certificate of completion, 2014)
- Southwestern Law School (J.D., 2011)
- Arizona State University (B.A.,1997)
- Ms. Burke is an attorney in the firm’s San Diego office. Her practice focuses on class action litigation with an emphasis on privacy data breach cases and antitrust cases within the financial services industry. Victoria also has a background in intellectual property. She holds both CIPP/US and CIPP/E designations, and is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Law (Fashion Law), Southwestern Law School.
- On behalf of the American Bar Association, Victoria has served as Vice-Chair of the Trademark Transactions Committee, Chair of the Fashion Law Subcommittee, and Vice-Chair of the Trademark Litigation Committee, as well as a member of the Beverly Hills Bar Association Executive Committee: IP, Internet & New Media Section. She also frequently authors law articles on a range of topics for various legal publications, most recently Ruling Affirms the Moral Rights Artists Have in Their Works (Daily Journal, March 2020). Victoria has also served as panelist for many programs, such as the Osgoode Fashion Law Society panel, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, CAN (Oct 2018 & 2019). Victoria has volunteered her time to Bet Tzedek’s Employment Rights Project: Wages and Hour cases and regularly serves as a moot court judge for Pepperdine University School of Law’s Annual National Entertainment Law Moot Court Competition.
- In 2015 she was awarded the Recognition of Outstanding Leadership Contribution by the American Bar Association and appeared on the Super Lawyers Rising Stars list in 2017 and 2018.
- Frequently authors law articles on a range of topics for various legal publications, most recently for the Daily Journal in November 2016, “Blunt Talk About Trademarks in the Marijuana Business”
- Served as panelist for numerous programs including the ABA’s webinar Runway Ready: Fashion Law Fundamentals (2016)
- Volunteer, Bet Tzedek’s Employment Rights Project: Wages and Hour cases
- Regularly serves as a moot court judge for Pepperdine University School of Law’s Annual National Entertainment Law Moot Court Competition