Ms. Reeder’s practice focuses on complex commercial and business litigation.
A graduate of Harvard Law School and New York University, Ms. Reeder has handled a variety of civil and criminal litigation matters, including the following:
- Obtained a dismissal of a patent infringement action brought against a major telecommunications company by numerous international plaintiffs.
- Represented a large energy company in a breach of contract arbitration involving state and federal environmental regulations.
- Obtained award of over $9 million on client’s counterclaim and denial of all relief sought against client, including a claim for $95 million in damages.
- Obtained summary judgment for a local Houston news station in an employment dispute involving contract and tort claims.
- First chaired over 15 jury trials as a Volunteer Prosecutor for the City of Houston.
- Represented an Unaccompanied Minor before the United States Immigration Court in removal proceedings and successfully obtained relief in the form of a Special Immigrant Juvenile Visa.
Ms. Reeder has also represented a variety of pro bono clients referred to her by Catholic Charities, Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts, and the Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program. She has also served on the Planned Parenthood Young Leaders Steering Committee since 2009 and is on the Board of Directors of Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast.
Author, “Commentary, Preemption, Liability and Regulation: What’s Next For Drug Manufacturers in the Wake of Levine and its Progeny?” Westlaw Journal Pharmaceutical (October 2010).
- Houston Bar Association
- Houston Young Lawyers Association
- Planned Parenthood Young Leaders
- Board of Directors of Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast
- United Way Young Leaders
- Harvard Law School, 2009, J.D.
- New York University, 2006, B.F.A., with honors, Dramatic Writing, Martin Luther King Scholars Program
- Court Admissions
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas
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