Jeffrey Lipinski

Jeffrey Lipinski began working as an attorney with Baron & Budd’s Class Action Litigation Group in 2016, joining the firm in a full-time capacity in 2018. During his time with the firm, he has worked on issues involving expert analysis of evidence, drafting pleadings and motions, investigating and proving up arguments against multiple kinds of defendant entities, and large-scale document management and review projects. Additionally, he represents individuals injured by dangerous or defective products, and individuals whose intellectual property interests have been commercially misappropriated. Mr. Lipinski currently leads a team of attorneys who work with the Opioid Litigation Group. Mr. Lipinski’s specific focus as part of the Opioid Litigation Group is to investigate, prove, and marshal evidence for a trial of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) claims currently pending in the national Opiate Multi-District Litigation (MDL). Mr. Lipinski’s interest in litigation and advocacy began during high school as he excelled on his school’s Mock Trial, Speech and Debate teams.

Mr. Lipinski earned his Juris Doctor and Specialization Certificate in Intellectual Property from Golden Gate University School of Law, where he served as Vice President of the Student Bar Association from 2013 to 2014 and as First Year Class Representative from 2011 to 2012. His academic diligence earned him achievement awards related to his research and writing skills, his induction into the Jessie Carter Honors Society, and his participation on the Golden Gate University Law Review as a Staff Editor.

Prior to joining Baron & Budd, PC, Mr. Lipinski served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Socrates Peter Manoukian, Superior Court Judge for the California Superior Court of Santa Clara. He also spent one year as a solo practitioner, advising and assisting clients on a variety of copyright, trademark, general litigation and business matters.


Golden Gate University School of Law (J.D. 2014)

University of Southern California (B.A. 2007)

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