Jill Kopeikin

Jill Kopeikin

Following a 25-year career litigating both sides of intellectual property and complex commercial disputes, Jill now focuses her practice on providing mediation, arbitration, conciliation and facilitation services. She serves as a mediator and early neutral evaluator privately and in the courts, handling a wide range of civil matters. Jill is also the co-chair and an active member of the City of Mountain View’s Voluntary Mediation Program, a volunteer mediator with Project Sentinel, and a trained Settlement Facilitator for the City of Mountain View’s Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Act program. For more than 20 years, Jill has also acted as a volunteer presiding over mandatory settlement conferences.

Before turning her focus to providing dispute resolution services, Jill was a partner in private practice at a 1,000+ international firm and later at a Bay Area boutique firm, acting as a trial lawyer and strategic counselor. During her time in private practice, in addition to the core practice of intellectual property and complex commercial disputes, Jill also handled a wide variety of matters, including representing amusement parks, investigating securities and white collar criminal matters, and ADA claims.

Education

J.D. University of California, Berkeley School of Law
B.S. University of Washington

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Currently Teaching

Mediation: Theory and Practice Summer 2021