About Reid

Reid is an associate in the firm’s Litigation group and has experience in complex litigation in a variety of fields, including environmental, construction, real property, commercial, and healthcare-related disputes. Reid has experience in state courts, federal courts, and arbitration.

Before joining Stoel Rives, Reid was an Assistant Regional Counsel for the Social Security Administration, where he drafted appellate briefs in defense of the SSA’s administrative decisions. While in law school, Reid was an extern with the United States Attorney’s Office, an intern with Weyerhaeuser’s Legal Department, and an intern with the General Counsel of the Seattle Art Museum and Seattle Symphony.

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Environmental Litigation

  • Represented public property owner seeking contribution under the Model Toxics Control Act from a national corporation for a hazardous cleanup of the property, nearby residential properties, and a nearby body of water.
  • Represented environmental cleanup company seeking payment from property owner for the cleanup of the owner’s property and nearby bodies of water.

Construction Litigation

  • Defended construction company in arbitration of a contractual dispute.
  • Represented retail corporation in a dispute with its general contractor regarding constructional defects for a remodeled store.

Real Property

  • Represented home buyer in a dispute regarding breach of contract, misrepresentation, and concealment of property defect.

Healthcare-related disputes

  • Defended Managed Care Organization in administrative appeals.
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Honors & Activities

  • Included in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America (Commercial Litigation), 2021–2022
  • Listed among Rising Stars (Business Litigation),Washington Super Lawyers®, 2019–2021
  • Volunteer attorney, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, 2016–2019
  • Member, Washington State Bar Association
  • Member, King County Bar Association
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Insights & Presentations

Insights & Presentations

  • Comment, “Keeping Up with Technology: Why a Flexible Juvenile Sexting Statute Is Needed to Prevent Overly Severe Punishment in Washington State,” 89 Wash. L. Rev. 1009 (2014)

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