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Rex T. Reeves - Tustin, CA

13522 Newport AvenueSuite 201 Tustin, CA 92780

Updated: 02/20/2024

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An honors graduate of Harvard Law School, Rex Reeves has litigated cases in California (and elsewhere) for over thirty years. Representing both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of matters, he has extensive experience handling all aspects of significant civil litigation matters from start to finish in state and federal court, as well as in arbitrations...

An honors graduate of Harvard Law School, Rex Reeves has litigated cases in California (and elsewhere) for over thirty years. Representing both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of matters, he has extensive experience handling all aspects of significant civil litigation matters from start to finish in state and federal court, as well as in arbitrations.

Rex was trained as a young lawyer at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher in Los Angeles and at the Los Angeles office of New York-based Kaye Scholer before founding the L.A. litigation boutique O'Donnell, Reeves & Shaffer LLP in the mid-1990's. While at Kaye Scholer, Mr. Reeves was one of the core attorneys for the defense in what was described as the largest products liability case in Orange County history.

Prior to joining The Karlin Law Firm LLP, Mr. Reeves ran his own business litigation-focused law office for many years after moving to Orange County with his family, in addition to litigating at MulcahyReeves LLP in Irvine, where he was a partner in the late 2000's.Rex has been involved in handling ADA cases for the last three years and is now devoting full time to the defense of ADA cases on behalf of businesses and property owners.

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13522 Newport AvenueSuite 201 Tustin, CA 92780

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