Johan Flynn joined DeHay & Elliston, L.L.P. as an associate in June 2002. Prior to that, Mr. Flynn was an associate at both Church & Houff and Church, Loker, Radcliffe and Silver.
Mr. Flynn’s practice is currently focused on product liability, toxic tort and environmental litigation. He has extensive experience handling asbestos cases as both local counsel and national counsel for a wide variety of different product manufacturers. As national counsel, he has worked primarily for a variety of automotive parts manufacturers (brakes, gaskets and clutches) and supervised all aspects of trial preparation for numerous cases throughout the country. Mr. Flynn’s experience on the national level includes the coordination, preparation and development of expert witnesses. Mr. Flynn has proposed, designed and implemented extranet systems for clients in order to utilize technology so that clients, local counsel, national counsel and trial counsel can work together more efficiently and effectively and realize transactional cost savings for the client.
Mr. Flynn received his Bachelor of Arts degree in History, magna cum laude, from Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, CA in 1998. Mr. Flynn attended the University of Maryland School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctorate, with honors, in May 2001. He was a member of the Maryland National Trial Team and was inducted into the Order of the Barristers for excelling in trial and appellate advocacy. Mr. Flynn is AV-rated by Martindale Hubbell.
U.S. District Court, District of Maryland, 2004
J.D., with honors, University of Maryland, 2001
B.A., magna cum laude, Sonoma State University, 1998
Defense Research Institute (DRI)
Maryland State Bar Association
National Member of the Order of Barristers
ATLA Student Trial Advocacy Competition, Regional Champion - March 2001
November 2007 - DRI Asbestos Medicine Seminar - San Diego, CA - “New Plaintiff and Product Investigation: Strategies for Investigating & Defending Plaintiff’s Exposure Claims”
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