J.D., James Kent Scholar, Columbia Law School (2017)
B.A., Economics, General Honors, University of Chicago (2013)
Michael Marvin is an associate in Reichman Jorgensen’s New York office. He focuses on intellectual property and complex commercial litigation, including antitrust disputes.
Prior to joining the firm, Michael was an associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP. His experience at the firm includes representing Qualcomm Inc. in litigation arising from various competition issues, including suits filed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Apple. Michael also devotes a significant portion of his practice to pro bono service.
Michael is a graduate of Columbia Law School, where he was an Articles Editor of the Columbia Law Review. While in law school, he also served as the Professional Development Chair of Columbia OutLaws, a student organization focused on creating a safe space for LGBTQ+ students at Columbia Law to develop professionally, socially, and academically. Michael earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Chicago, where he graduated with honors.
Interest Exportation and Preemption: Madden’s Impact on National Banks, the Secondary Credit Market and P2P Lending, 116 Columbia Law Review 1807 (2016).