Courtland Reichman is the Managing Principal of McKool Smith’s Silicon Valley office. Courtland is a broadly-gauged trial lawyer with over 20 years of experience in high-exposure intellectual property and commercial litigation. He is known for delivering results through comprehensive case strategy, boiling down even the most complex cases into understandable themes, and communicating simply and effectively with judges and juries.
Courtland’s intellectual property practice focuses on patent, false advertising, copyright and trademark litigation. His complex commercial practice includes issues of constitutional law, energy, antitrust, breach of contract, trade secrets, franchise/distribution, and unfair competition. Courtland’s appellate practice comprises more than 30 federal appellate arguments, including arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court and the Federal Circuit. He was recognized by The National Law Journal as one of the top 40 under 40 lawyers in the U.S. and by Chambers USA as a leading intellectual property lawyer.
Prior to joining McKool Smith, Courtland served as Global Chair of an AmLaw 30 law firm’s 150- lawyer intellectual property group and as Managing Partner of the firm’s San Francisco and Silicon Valley offices.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Courtland L. Reichman