Janice W. Reicher divides her practice between white collar criminal matters and sophisticated business litigation, representing both large and small businesses, as well as individual executives.
Ms. Reicher handles a variety of government investigations and litigation in areas including antitrust, fraud, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Her current caseload includes defending international clients in antitrust investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice.
In commercial litigation, Ms. Reicher’s experience ranges from cases involving complex contractual disputes to matters alleging fraud, false claims, unfair competition, and breach of fiduciary duty. In addition to routinely handling dispositive and discovery motions, she most recently litigated five civil cases that settled favorably for her clients on the eve of trial.
Ms. Reicher maintains an active pro bono practice, most recently serving on a team representing a defendant in the largest narcotics conspiracy case in the Northern District of California. The team won dismissal of all charges within weeks of taking the case. The Bar Association of San Francisco recognized Ms. Reicher in 2013 as an Outstanding Volunteer in Public Service.
Ms. Reicher served as an extern for Judge William Alsup and clerked for Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Ms. Reicher is active in several bar groups, including the Association of Business Trial Lawyers, the American Bar Association’s White Collar Crime Young Lawyers Section, the Asian American Bar Association, the Filipino Bar Association of Northern California, and the St. Thomas More Society of San Francisco.