DBMS appoints Mark Burden as Managing Partner

May 3, 2017

Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth is pleased to announce that Mark Burden has been named Managing Partner of the firm. He succeeds John Krivicich, who held the role since 2014.

“Since its inception in 1995, Donohue Brown has built a foundation on providing the best possible client service,” Mr. Burden says.

“I plan to carry the torch of our founding partners to ensure that client service excellence remains our mission, and that all the right policies, practices and behaviors are in place to support this,” he says. “We remain committed to the belief that when our people find meaning in their work and are happy to be here, we are able to recruit and retain the best talent, exceed client expectations and continue to provide the best service to our clients.”

Mr. Burden is a trial lawyer who concentrates his practice in the defense of professionals including physicians, hospitals, allied healthcare practitioners and attorneys. He received his undergraduate degree from Cornell and his J.D. from Chicago-Kent College of Law. He was an associate at Baker & McKenzie before joining Donohue Brown at its founding in 1995.

Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth consistently delivers defense verdicts in complex professional liability cases, automotive product liability cases and other high stakes civil litigation. More at dbmslaw.com.