Alex Reese is an associate in Farella Braun + Martel’s Intellectual Property Litigation and Business Litigation practices.
Mr. Reese has represented clients in copyright, trade secret, and patent disputes, and he has litigated through every phase of patent infringement suits, including trial. He has argued at claim construction, and he presented oral argument before the Ninth Circuit in a case involving copyrights, trademarks, and complex procedural issues. Mr. Reese also has expertise in antitrust litigation. He has asserted federal antitrust claims on behalf of multinational technology companies involved in patent licensing disputes, and he has brought claims for state law antitrust claims against California’s largest chain of hospitals.
Mr. Reese is an active member of the San Francisco community and currently serves as President of the Board of the San Francisco Education Fund. He is an appointed member of the San Francisco MTA Advisory Committee, and a member of the Bar Association of San Francisco’s Intellectual Property and Antitrust sections.
Mr. Reese is the author of Employee and Inventor Witnesses in Patent Trials: The Blurry Line Between Expert and Lay Testimony, 16 Stan. Tech. L. Rev. 423 (2013).