John A. Lofton is an experienced litigator and business attorney who assists clients in a broad range of complex matters. John’s practice focuses on commercial and real estate litigation, trademark prosecution and intellectual property protection, and employment disputes.
With an eye to both his clients’ litigation and business goals, John helps clients manage risk and be proactive in avoiding contested matters. John represents a range of clients from individuals and start-ups to mid-sized corporations and investors with multi-million dollar portfolios. Representative clients include small business owners, restaurateurs, property owners, developers, brokers, contractors, commercial landlords and tenants, as well as employers and employees.
John clerked for Chief Justice Veasey of the Delaware Supreme Court in 2000. He is the co-author of “Computer Security Publications: Information Economics, Shifting Liability and the First Amendment” (Whittier Law Review, Vol. 24, No. 1). John is active in the Bay Area community, including serving on several non-profit boards of directors.