Legal experts with over a decade of experience helping clients defend and recover money damages, navigate legal and technological uncertainty, go into new markets and onto new levels. Work with attorneys that understand you and your objectives.

Our History

Sublime Law became a reality through a law firm merger. It is built on a foundation of principles passed down for generations. Principles of care, thoughtfulness, and justice keep its attorneys grounded and inspired when others feel rattled and burnt out.

Our Management Team

Sublime Law is managed by a team that does more with less, fights for what is right, and gives back to their communities. Sublime Law's managing attorneys graduated from top law schools, worked at the biggest corporations and law firms, and believe that service and success accompany each other. 

Brittany A. Burback

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Co-Managing Partner

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Cordero A. Delgadillo

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Co-Managing Partner 

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Raymond James

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National Case Coordinator & Special Projects

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Brittany A. Burback, Co-Managing Partner

  

Brittany is a badass mother (literally and figuratively), and she leads Sublime Law’s Business & Compliance practice. She's a collaborative yet shrewd negotiator that remains laser-focused on her client’s objectives. Brittany is  at ease dealing with high-pressure legal needs and flourishes under piles of contracts, enjoying the process of making a deal come to fruition.


Fun Facts


  • Favorite Children's Book: The Giving Tree
  • Favorite US city: San Diego, California
  • What do you love most about your job: I love taking part in the experience of making an idea become a reality—whether it’s working for a single entrepreneur or with a multinational team of lawyers, engineers and business executives in furtherance of bringing next-generation military defense platforms to life. 


Experience


Brittany’s practice is primarily focused on business law including contracts of all shapes and sizes, intellectual property, and other business & technology transactions.


Prior to merging her practice to create Sublime Law, Brittany worked for a Fortune 100 aerospace company, where she drafted and negotiated contracts in excess of 500 million dollars on a daily basis. Brittany also served as Assistant General Counsel for a government entity, where she managed many business law issues and thrived at making sense of the complex intersection of state and federal laws and regulations. Brittany is well versed in all types of legal and business documents, including non-disclosure agreements, government contracts, proprietary information agreements, license agreements and much more.


She’s a firm believer in the power and the freedom that owning your own time provides, and is passionate about providing entrepreneurs with access to the legal expertise that will help launch their business to the next level. 

Education & Admissions

Education:

Arizona State University's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law

  • Juris Doctor 
    • Highest Pro Bono Distinction 
    • Indian Legal Program
    • Student Editor, Law Journal for Social Justice 
    • CALI Award for Excellence in Legal Research & Writing 

Arizona State University 

  • B.A. (Dean's List)


Admissions:

Arizona State Courts

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Cordero A. Delgadillo, Co-Managing Partner

Cordero is a cybersecurity and privacy legal expert, and leads Sublime Law's Emerging Technologies practice. He is an optimist that channels energy and passion into his work by fighting relentlessly for his clients. He prides himself in crafting strong arguments and uncovering evidence that somehow alludes other attorneys. 


Fun Facts


  • Magazine subscriptions: HBR & The Economist 
  • Favorite US city: Huntington Beach, California
  • Memorable legal victories: Draughon v. USA (served on case team and uncovered critical evidence that led to the federal government being held liable in a suit accusing Veterans Affairs of negligent treatment of a US Marine Veteran that committed suicide after struggling with PTSD induced by heroic military service) or Kudelski v. John Doe (served as lead counsel, obtaining a highly favorable settlement for our client facing dubious claims of IP infringement & computer fraud and abuse / hacking)


Experience


Cordero's practice is primarily focused on data protection issues, dispute resolution and the governance of emerging technology across many industries.


Prior to merging his legal practice to create Sublime Law, Cordero served as Privacy Officer for a cybersecurity professional services firm in Silicon Valley, and also managed its new business for cybersecurity across law firms, corporations, government and insurance companies. Prior to working in Silicon Valley, Cordero counseled Fortune 500 companies as a litigation associate focusing on privacy, data security and breach response at an AMLAW 200 law firm. 


Cordero also represented companies  at ASU's Innovation Advancement Program, which pairs inventors, technology entrepreneurs, tech transfer professionals, and emerging technology companies with some of ASU's brightest students. 


Publications & Speaking Engagements


  • Managing Cyber Risk – Threat Trends, Prevention & Response (2017 Nevada E-Records Forum) 


  • Blockchain, Bitcoin and Digital Currencies (Digital Economy 2015, Omaha, Nebraska)  


  • Cybersecurity: Managing the Risk & Cyber Attack Simulation (PLI’s18th Annual Institute on Privacy & Data Security Law, San Francisco, CA)


  • Practical Cyber Risk Management in 2017: Emerging Trends in Data Breaches, Regulatory Enforcement and Privacy & Security Best Practices (Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 23rd Annual Health Law Institute)  


  • Avoiding the Perils of Unreasonable Privacy & Data Security (San Francisco Masters Conference) 


  • Cordero Delgadillo and Peter Sloan. “FTC Enforcement of Data Security.” (2015)


  • Cordero Delgadillo, “DEF CON 23 – Part II: cyber risk management strategy,” (2015)


  • Cordero Delgadillo, “FTC v. Wyndham: the battleground for reasonable data security,” (2015)


  • Cordero Delgadillo, “What’s new with the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act,” (2016).

Education & Admissions

Education:

Arizona State University's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law 

  • Juris Doctor (cum laude)
    • 21st Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial       Arbitration Moot (Vienna, AT)
    • Intellectual Property Association
    • Innovation Advancement Program
    • CALI Award for Excellence in Business Organizations 
    • CALI Award for Excellence in International Arbitration
  • Certificate: Law, Science & Technology (Genomics &      Biotechnology)

Arizona State University's College of Public Service & Community Solutions

  • Bachelor of Science (Dean's List)
    • Undergraduate Research Assistant 
    • Phi Beta Lambda

Admissions:

Missouri State Courts

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Raymond James, National Case & Discovery Coordinator

Ray is a law graduate and scholar in the areas of white-collar criminal law and privacy in the age of data misuse and insecurity. Ray is heavily involved in managing Sublime Law's national caseload, especially its Accident & Injury practice. Formerly a private investigator and paralegal, Ray’s specialized skills come from a combination of ground-floor experience in finding and developing facts in high-stakes civil and criminal litigation, coupled with the legal training to incorporate his unearthed facts into well-crafted pleadings, solid legal argument, and successful negotiations.  


Fun Facts


● Favorite Shows: The Wire and Breaking Bad

● Favorite Book: The Road 

● Favorite US city: Irvine, California 


Experience


Prior to joining Sublime Law, Ray was a private investigator with Inquisitor, Inc., a PI firm in Memphis, Tennessee perhaps best known for providing exculpatory evidence leading to the release of the “West Memphis Three”. At Inquisitor Ray interviewed witnesses, captured crime scene evidence, and tracked down information from obscure sources. 


Before this, Ray was a paralegal at the Memphis Branch of the Cochran Firm where he provided extensive litigation support, discovery management, high-volume intake, and case management and managed a large caseload of personal injury and medical malpractice cases. In addition to high-volume civil litigation, Ray has also worked extensively on highly complex matters including mass tort civil-actions and CJA federal criminal defense cases. 



Education & Certifications

Education:

Washburn University School of Law 

  • Juris Doctor
  • Washburn Law Clinic
    • Handled numerous cases, including DUI and drug possession cases and counseled veterans regarding wills, trusts, and estates. 
  • Research Assistant 
    • Provided high-quality legal research for professor specializing in the field of white-collar crime and antitrust law.
    • Produced scholarship on the state of privacy rights at the intersection of encryption, data security, and federal wiretap law.

University of Memphis, B.A. 

  • Paralegal Studies


Certifications:

  • LexisNexis Professional Research
  • WestLaw Professional Research Certification 

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