Shiloh A. Coleman
After working for several years as a police officer, I graduated from law school and became a litigator at the multi-national law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP. I later left the firm to start Sector Supply, a global telecom company, which I still manage today as COO & General Counsel. As an attorney and business owner, I understand the practical needs of other business owners and entrepreneurs. As a former police officer, I have a unique perspective on the factual circumstances of our cases, along with a strong desire to obtain justice for the injured or exploited.
My priorities are my faith, family, and profession. I serve pro bono as chief legal advisor to the QuEST Forum, a non-profit global consortium of telecom companies committed to quality and business excellence. I previously served as Committee Chairman for Austin West Young Life, and have volunteered as a group leader for the God of Hope Ministries, an outreach to men serving time in Texas prisons. I enjoy spending time with my wife and kids, hunting, fishing, playing ice hockey and practicing classical guitar.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from the University of California at Irvine, and then obtained my law degree from the University of California at Los Angeles. I am licensed to practice law in Texas and California.
Mitchell S. Riechmann
Law has been a part of my life since I was born; my father is an attorney, and my mother is a retired legal secretary. I was initially drawn to law enforcement, working in traffic enforcement and then as a traffic accident investigator. I took my accident investigation skills and experience to the private sector, and began working as a claims adjuster for a Texas-based auto insurance company. After graduating from law school I joined a small, six-attorney law firm representing wealthy individuals and small- to medium-sized businesses on a variety of legal matters. My experience in accident investigation and reconstruction, and the time I spent as an insurance adjuster, combine to provide unique insight into the issues faced by those involved in matters as both plaintiffs and defendants.
In addition to the law, I have a passion for technology, especially when new technologies can be utilized to provide clients with superior legal services. I am also active in youth ministry leadership, and other church and community activities. When I’m not working, I enjoy shooting sporting clays, reading technology blogs, and riding bikes with my kids.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Justice Studies from Arizona State University, and then obtained my law degree from the Chapman University School of Law in Orange, California. I am licensed to practice law in Texas, California and Arizona.