Mr. Reed practices complex commercial litigation in state and federal courts, representing clients nationwide in a variety of business law matters, including contract disputes, class actions, products liability, business torts, commercial property disputes, and regulatory compliance. Mr. Reed’s practice covers the lifecycle of a commercial dispute, including pre-suit negotiations, discovery, motion practice, trial, post-judgment enforcement, appeals, and alternative dispute resolution.
Mr. Reed’s recent experience includes:
Defense of a foreign manufacturer and U.S. distributor in a product liability class action.
Representation of a medical practice on appeal from $45 million verdict in a medical malpractice case.
Representation of the buyers of a logistics company in a matter involving breaches of representations and warranties in a contract to sell the business.
Representation of a national lending organization in a dispute involving federal and state consumer protection statutes.
Representation of a medical practice in a contractual dispute involving a medical testing vendor.
Representation of corporate landlords in disputes over commercial leases and in dispossessory proceedings against commercial tenants.
Representation of corporations in various garnishment and related employment matters.
Membership in core litigation team representing the individual sellers of a national staffing company in a dispute arising from representations and warranties made in the company’s sale.
Mr. Reed received his B.A. in Psychology from Emory University in 2011. He earned his J.D. from Duke University School of Law in 2015, where he served as Senior Research Editor for the Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum. During law school, Mr. Reed clerked for the Civil Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, where he drafted Freedom of Information Act appellate briefs on behalf of the United States, assisted on depositions of federal agency representatives, and assisted in litigation involving First Amendment and equal protection disputes.