Alice Reichman Hoesterey is an associate in the Century City office of Latham & Watkins and is a member of the Litigation & Trial Department.
Ms. Hoesterey represents public and private companies in complex commercial and intellectual property litigation across multiple industries including entertainment, technology, automotive, and retail. Ms. Hoesterey's practice covers a wide range of business disputes, including unfair business practices, contracts, fraud, privacy, trade secrets, copyright, and trademark. She has successfully drafted numerous dispositive motions, managed all aspects of complex fact and expert discovery, and has substantial experience taking and defending depositions. Ms. Hoesterey regularly counsels clients on case strategy in multiple venues, including federal and state court, as well as in arbitration.
Ms. Hoesterey maintains an active pro bono practice, representing individuals seeking criminal expungements, domestic violence restraining orders, and in civil litigation against local governments for discrimination. Ms. Hoesterey also focuses her pro bono practice on issues related to criminal justice reform.
Ms. Hoesterey graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School, where she was an executive technical editor of the Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review and a student attorney for the Harvard Defenders and the Capital Punishment Clinic. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Hoesterey was a high school teacher with Teach for America in New Orleans, Louisiana.