Jacob Reinhardt

Associate Attorney

Mr. Reinhardt joined the Gould & Hahn legal team in 2011. For several years, Mr. Reinhardt worked as a legal assistant for the Firm, ensuring that cases are handled thoroughly and efficiently by obtaining and organizing evidence, reviewing cases, and working directly with clients. His work as a legal assistant provided him with a wealth of experience about the unique challenges that licensed professionals and businesses face and developed his knowledge of the specialized area of administrative law. After completing his degree and passing the California Bar Exam in 2016, Mr. Reinhardt was admitted to the California State Bar and promoted to the role of an associate attorney with the Firm.

As an associate attorney, Mr. Reinhardt assists clients through all stages of the license disciplinary process and has experience advising a wide variety of licensees. In addition to his work with professional licensees such as registered nurses, contractors, and real estate brokers, he is very familiar with licensed community care facilities including child care centers, adult residential facilities (ARF), and residential care facilities for the elderly (RCFE). Mr. Reinhardt is able to use his familiarity with Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations and Community Care Licensing to assist facility operators in resolving issues quickly and effectively.

Prior to working with Gould & Hahn, Mr. Reinhardt was employed as a paralegal in the Workers’ Compensation department at Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP, based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. Reinhardt’s background includes several years of experience assisting in the representation of a wide variety of clients ranging from local businesses to multi-national corporations. His experience with the administrative process of Workers’ Compensation lends itself well to his work in the area of administrative law including the settlement process, hearing preparation, and discovery.

Before moving to the Bay Area and joining Gould & Hahn’s team of legal professionals, Mr. Reinhardt obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Mr. Reinhardt completed his Juris Doctorate at Golden Gate University in May 2016, where he was an Associate Editor of the GGU Law Review. His article, Default License Revocation in California Administrative Law, was published in the May 2016 issue of the Golden Gate University Law Review. Mr. Reinhardt is a member of the State Bar of California.

Mr. Reinhardt enjoys motorcycle touring, backpacking, and exploring the outdoors.