John Fiske manages Gomez Trial Attorneys’ Complex Litigation practice, which includes Mass Torts, Class Actions, and Environmental Litigation.
Mr. Fiske oversees over 1000 individually filed cases in over 20 different coordinated proceedings, including metal-on-metal hips, Levaquin, SSRI birth defects, GranuFlo, transvaginal mesh, NFL concussion cases, Low-T, Actos bladder cancer, InFuse, and other pharmaceutical and medical device cases.
Mr. Fiske also represents clients in wildfire and catastrophic event cases, and is currently representing over 110 clients in the Chariot Fire litigation in federal court.
Mr. Fiske chairs the firm’s Class Action practice, which focuses on consumer-based class actions to prevent companies from defrauding individual consumers.
John Fiske earned his law license at age 23 after attending California Western on a full-ride scholarship and serving as Associate Editor of the Law Review. In 2013, SD Metro Magazine named Mr. Fiske to its list of “40 Under 40,” and he is a 2012 Top Influential (The Daily Transcript), a 2009 Top Young Attorney (The Daily Transcript), and a 2007 50 People to Watch (San Diego Magazine). Mr. Fiske has served as a Barrister with the Louis M. Welsh Inn of Court.
Mr. Fiske is the immediate Past-President of the Board of Directors of the San Diego Brain Injury Foundation and the current Vice-President. Mr. Fiske has served as an Advisory Board Member for UCSD’s Bannister Family House, is a current Board Member of Solutions: Exploring Success Post-High School, and a Red Coat for the San Diego Bowl Game Association. John has also been a “Big Brother” to two “Little Brothers.”
Mr. Fiske has regularly appeared as a TV analyst on Fox 5, KPBS, KGTV, KUSI, and UT-TV. Notable awards include a $20 million settlement, and a $10.8 million and a $13.5 million judgment.
John loves to ride horseback, surf, snorkel, hike, and camp, and he has raced the Ragnar Relay, Tough Mudder, and Spartan Beast.