Taylor Reeves represents clients in all facets of commercial litigation. Prior to joining Keker, Van Nest & Peters, Ms. Reeves served as a judicial law clerk to Judge Henry F. Floyd in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
She was formerly an associate in the San Francisco office of a large law firm where she litigated matters in state and federal court. Her pro bono work included representing undocumented minors seeking special immigrant juvenile status and a prisoner rights case.
Ms. Reeves earned her J.D. from UC Berkeley School of Law and her B.A. in English and History summa cum laude from Clemson University. Before law school, she worked as a fundraiser for a nonprofit food service organization.
The Am Law Litigation Daily has named a team from Keker, Van Nest & Peters among its Litigators of the Week Runners-Up for winning a temporary restraining order that blocks the Pac-12 Conference from holding an unauthorized September 13 board meeting. Read more
Representing Oregon State University, a Keker, Van Nest & Peters team secured a temporary restraining order blocking the Pac-12 Conference from holding an unauthorized September 13 board meeting. Read more
Litigators at Keker, Van Nest & Peters land runners-up honors in the case they’re handling for the PGA Tour involving antitrust claims brought by suspended golfers who have joined the professional golf tour’s upstart rivals at the LIV Golf Invitational Series. Read more
A federal judge in California ruled Tuesday that three golfers who joined Saudi-backed LIV Golf will not be able to compete in the PGA Tour’s postseason. Read more
Circumstantial evidence of misappropriation won't cut it in the absence of specificity, he rules in life sciences SaaS case. It's a win for Keker, Van Nest & Peters. Read more
Two Keker, Van Nest & Peters teams were named among The Am Law Litigation Daily's Litigators of the Week Runners-Up for their back-to-back trial wins. Read more
Veeva Systems Inc on Friday persuaded a judge to throw out a lawsuit by pharmaceutical software rival Medidata Solutions Inc alleging it stole trade secrets worth hundreds of millions of dollars, representatives for the companies said. Read more