Brian Reynolds is trial lawyer, focusing on the art and science of trial advocacy. He has successfully represented clients – both plaintiffs and defendants, from individuals to international companies – in a variety of business disputes and fraud claims. Brian has won jury verdicts in state and federal courts, won awards in commercial arbitrations, and won decisions before administrative hearing officers and panels.
Brian focuses his trial practice on business litigation, commercial disputes, and fraud claims. He also represents law enforcement officers in civil cases involving significant liability exposure and in administrative cases involving serious disciplinary action. Brian is approved as legal counsel by the Colorado Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) and by the Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC).
Brian is a graduate of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, and in law school he won the moot court trial championship and was an editor on the Denver Law Review. He has litigated cases in Colorado, Oklahoma, Michigan, Florida, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Brian has taught continuing legal education classes on the subjects of legal ethics and lawyer's professional liability.
University of Denver College of Law, JD
Miami University, BA