John E. Bicknell, Jr. is an associate with SVHC whose practice areas include commercial litigation, property casualty, workers’ compensation, and family law. Mr. Bicknell has gained an extraordinary reputation as a trial lawyer in a very short time. He has been on multiple trial teams.
Mr. Bicknell is skilled in trial preparation and has organized trial plans involving thousands of documents and exhibits. His proven skills have led to favorable results in multi-million dollar commercial arbitration and trials as well as more individual matters.
While in law school, he worked on the Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property who published his comment, Is Graffiti Worthy of Protection: Changes Within the Visual Artists Rights Act’s Recognized Stature Requirement. Mr. Bicknell also had the opportunity to work as a judicial intern for Judge S. Maurice Hicks, Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana and as an extern for Associate Justice Scott Crichton of the Louisiana Supreme Court.
Outside of professional life, he is an avid runner, occasional baker, and full time art lover.
Mr. Bicknell earned his J.D. in 2015 from Tulane University Law School and his B.A. in 2012 from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas earnings degrees in Art History and Business Administration. He is admitted to the bars of Louisiana and the Eastern District of Louisiana.