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SV lawyers: what is Reichman Jorgensen's reputation?

Post by Anonymous User » Mon Sep 14, 2020 12:43 pm

Looking to apply to IP lit boutiques and read they recently poached the leader of Finnegan's lit dept, have a SCOTUS clerk name partner, named Benchmark's SV firm of the year. But it seems like there's relatively no info about them online? Anyone know anything about them?

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Re: SV lawyers: what is Reichman Jorgensen's reputation?

Post by Anonymous User » Mon Sep 14, 2020 8:52 pm

Reichman Jorgensen is very, very new. They were only founded two years ago (October of 2018). That's a big part of why there is little information about them online. I know some of the people involved, and think they are excellent lawyers, but keep in mind the firm is an experiment. They are trying a new, as yet unproven business model, and are still really tiny, even by boutique standards. The business model certainly looks interesting, and as a midlevel or higher attorney, that could be worth the risk. But if you are aplying as a first year (not sure if they are hiring those yet), you should go in with both eyes open. Even with as great as some of the attorneys involved are, with how new it is you cannot be sure the firm will last.

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Re: SV lawyers: what is Reichman Jorgensen's reputation?

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Mon Sep 14, 2020 8:52 pm
Reichman Jorgensen is very, very new. They were only founded two years ago (October of 2018). That's a big part of why there is little information about them online. I know some of the people involved, and think they are excellent lawyers, but keep in mind the firm is an experiment. They are trying a new, as yet unproven business model, and are still really tiny, even by boutique standards. The business model certainly looks interesting, and as a midlevel or higher attorney, that could be worth the risk. But if you are aplying as a first year (not sure if they are hiring those yet), you should go in with both eyes open. Even with as great as some of the attorneys involved are, with how new it is you cannot be sure the firm will last.
Don't know much, but I do know personally some of their associates who are highly accomplished Yale/Stanford grads with clerkships.

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Re: SV lawyers: what is Reichman Jorgensen's reputation?

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Anonymous User wrote:
Mon Sep 14, 2020 8:52 pm
Reichman Jorgensen is very, very new. They were only founded two years ago (October of 2018). That's a big part of why there is little information about them online. I know some of the people involved, and think they are excellent lawyers, but keep in mind the firm is an experiment. They are trying a new, as yet unproven business model, and are still really tiny, even by boutique standards. The business model certainly looks interesting, and as a midlevel or higher attorney, that could be worth the risk. But if you are aplying as a first year (not sure if they are hiring those yet), you should go in with both eyes open. Even with as great as some of the attorneys involved are, with how new it is you cannot be sure the firm will last.
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Re: SV lawyers: what is Reichman Jorgensen's reputation?

Post by Anonymous User » Fri Sep 18, 2020 11:46 am

Current associate. I can say that work inflow has been extremely high (especially after our $236 million win against VmWare), and that the firm derisks its contingency work by undertaking a lot of fixed-fee work.

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