Marci A. Reichbach is an associate attorney with Friedemann Goldberg LLP, practicing with the Banking, Business, Insurance and Litigation groups. She has been with the firm since 2012.
A graduate of Stanford University and Yale University School of Law, Ms. Reichbach earned her undergraduate degrees with distinction in political science and psychology. While at Yale, she was chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society, participated in moot court and legal services clinics, and served as an editor for the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism.
After receiving her law degree in 2001, Ms. Reichbach worked for four years at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, where she focused on securities fraud, antitrust, unfair business practices, and contract matters. She also was an adjunct professor at the New College of California School of Law.
Prior to joining Friedemann Goldberg, Ms. Reichbach served as the Complex Litigation Research Attorney at San Mateo Superior Court. While there, most of her work was focused on class actions, securities fraud, antitrust, construction defect and complicated business tort, contract, mass tort and intellectual property cases.
Ms. Reichbach recently served for three years as a Small Claims Judge Pro Tem for Sonoma County Superior Court and now serves as a Demurrer Facilitator and Discovery Facilitator for the Court. She is also active with the Yale Law School Bay Area Steering Committee.