Wayne Dennison Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Johnny Depp Lawyer, Speech, Brown Rudnick, Bio, Wife, Family, Salary

Wayne Dennison Biography – Wayne Dennison Wiki

Wayne Dennison is a lawyer and partner at Brown Rudnick LLP. He is a general commercial litigator, with a national litigation practice, who co-chairs the Commercial Litigation practice group and leads the real estate and telecommunications litigation practices at the Firm. His experience in complex commercial litigation includes class action, qui tam, patent, contract, health care, sports, construction, land use, bankruptcy, telecommunications, environmental and public interest litigation. Wayne works with a wide range of clients from Fortune 500 corporations to elected officials to individuals.

Dennison has repeatedly handled high stakes litigation and has represented health care companies, major sporting goods manufacturers, major developers and nationally recognized commercial tenants in a wide variety of litigation matters. He has successfully defended the then Acting Governor of Massachusetts against a federal civil rights action brought by another public official, and after jury trials, secured a complete defense verdict on behalf of a major life sciences REIT in a $60 million leasing dispute and helped secure a complete defense verdict on behalf of a Fortune 500 company in a multi-million breach of contract case arising out of the construction of two electric power plants. Wayne served as lead trial counsel to a potentially responsible party in a five-week federal Superfund trial and as lead trial counsel to this Country’s largest baking company in post-acquisition contract litigation. He has also served as lead trial counsel in multiple jurisdictions to a number of wireless telecommunications companies in numerous telecommunications, contract, and land use cases.

Dennison was appointed as a Special Assistant Attorney for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for purposes of its tobacco litigation and, in this capacity, helped secure the largest monetary settlement in Massachusetts history.

Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Dennison served as an Appellate Law Clerk at the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division from Aug 1991 – Aug 1993. He worked as an adjunct faculty at the New England Law school in Boston, MA from Jan 2001 – May 2016.

He received his A.B. degree from Syracuse University and his J.D. degree from Northeastern University School of Law. He earned his MPA degree from Harvard Kennedy School in Political Advocacy and Elective Politics in 1998, according to his Linkedin profile.

Wayne Dennison Johnny Depp

Wayne Dennison is an attorney for Johnny Depp in the defamation trial brought by Johnny Depp against his ex-wife Amber Heard. Depp sued his ex-wife Amber Heard for $50 million for defamation in Fairfax County Circuit Court after she wrote an op-ed piece in The Washington Post in 2018 referring to herself as a “public figure representing domestic abuse.” Although she didn’t name him, he claims her allegations impacted his ability to work. She is pursuing a counterclaim of $100m, of which a motion to dismiss was denied by Judge Penney Azcarate.

On Monday, May 23, 2022, psychiatrist Dr. David Spiegel testified that Depp’s behavior fits the pattern of a person whose drug and alcohol abuse contributes to domestic violence.

Depp lawyer Wayne Dennison questioned the ethics and credibility of the psychiatrist’s opinions, given that he never conducted an examination of Depp.

Later Monday, Dennison extensively questioned another Heard witness, entertainment expert Kathryn Arnold, about her assertion that Heard lost out on a potential $40 million to $50 million when another Depp lawyer called Heard’s claims of abuse a “hoax.”

Arnold said she measured Heard’s career against “comparable” stars like Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa and Zendaya to show where Heard’s career would have gone if Depp attorney Adam Waldman had not defamed her.

Dennison, in his questioning, scoffed at the notion that Heard was in the same league as those stars. He was also dismissive of Heard’s role as Mera in the “Aquaman” superhero film franchise, saying that the to-be-released “Aquaman” sequel is more like a “buddy comedy” than a film that will feature Heard as a romantic lead.

Wayne Dennison Net Worth

Wayne Dennison’s net worth is estimated to be $1 million.