Reid J. Allred
Reid Allred is a 2006 graduate of Harvard Law School, where he served as Senior Editor on the Harvard Law Review. Reid began his career at a large multinational firm, where he gained world-class litigation experience representing some of the largest and most successful companies in the world.
Reid now specializes in representing closely-held businesses and their owners. He has significant experience in shareholder/partner disputes, construction litigation, real estate matters, and other contract-related disputes. Reid’s civil trial experience is bolstered by his trying more than twenty criminal cases (including a dozen jury trials) while seconded to the Denver City Attorney Office’s Prosecution and Code Enforcement Section. He is admitted to practice in Colorado and has experience with all aspects of litigation in both federal and state courts around the country.
Reid also provides general business advice and serves as outside “general counsel” for numerous clients. His undergraduate degree in Economics, along with his litigation experience, gives Reid a unique perspective when advising business owners.
Reid is originally from Star Valley, Wyoming. After spending three years in the East, far from family, he and his wife, Emily, decided to move back West. Reid and Emily have four children and a hobby farm. Reid enjoys cycling, running, golfing, bee keeping, and spending time with his family.