Bryan C. Reuter
Bryan Reuter concentrates his practice in complex commercial and intellectual-property litigation, including their appeals.
Mr. Reuter received his undergraduate degree, a Bachelor’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering, from Tulane University, where he earned the Leon Scherck Award for the highest cumulative average in the School of Engineering. After graduation he undertook various positions with Shell Oil and Shell Chemical Companies, including Operations Manager, for several petrochemical units in Louisiana. In 1995, he received the Harold A. Levy Award, presented for outstanding professional achievement by a Tulane University Engineering alumnus.
While employed with Shell, Mr. Reuter earned a Master of Science in Computer Science from Tulane University. He received his legal training from Loyola Law School. At Loyola, he earned the Faculty Award for the highest cumulative average in his graduating class and was a member of the Loyola Law Review.
Mr. Reuter has remained active in education. He is on the Adjunct Faculty of Loyola Law School, where he teaches Computer Law and Intellectual Property Seminar. In addition, he is a member of the Tulane Science and Engineering Board of Advisors and previously was the Chairman of the Tulane University Mechanical Engineering Advisory Board.
Mr. Reuter has substantial experience litigating a wide variety of disputes for his clients, including contract and class action claims, construction disputes, pharmaceutical, products-liability and intellectual property cases.
Professional and Civic Activities
Member: Louisiana State, Federal and American Bar Associations
Chairman, Tulane University Mechanical Engineering Advisory Board (2001 to present)
Member, Board of Advisors, School of Engineering, Tulane University (2003 to present)
Recipient: Harold A. Levy Award (1995), outstanding professional achievement by a Tulane University engineering alumnus
Member: Tau Beta Pi and Pi Tau Sigma
Selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America, 2013, Commercial Litigation and Litigation – Construction
Selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers, Louisiana editions, 2007 through 2011
Recipient: Loyola Faculty Award: highest cumulative average; Louisiana State Bar Association Award: highest average in Civil Law courses; 1995 Loyola Law Review Best Comment Award
Recipient: Leon Scherck Award: highest cumulative average in Tulane University’s School of Engineering; William B. Gregory Award: Excellence in Mechanical Engineering
Life Salvage: Another Call for Reimbursement,
41 LOYOLA L. REV. 23 (1995).
Purchase Order Contracts: A Whole Lot More Than You Bargained For?,
46 LOYOLA L. REV. 365 (2001)