Reed F. Morris is a partner at the law firm of Mallon Lonnquist Morris & Watrous, PLLC in Denver, Colorado.
Reed tries civil cases before judges, juries, administrative panels and in all ADR venues focusing on commercial matters and related counseling. His active litigation practice regularly sees cases involving contracts and other commercial disputes, professional negligence, construction, employment (including non-compete agreements and trade secrets), fraud, misrepresentation, and breaches of fiduciary duty. Reed also represents clients in court on real estate matters such as disputes involving HOAs, purchase and sale agreements, development ventures, construction defects, and landlord-tenant relationships. Please see the the Services page for more information on Reed’s practice and the Contact page for reaching him.
Reed received his bachelor of science degree in biology, with honors, from the Lyman Briggs School at Michigan State University, where he received the Outstanding Senior Award. While an undergraduate he served for two years as a teaching assistant in courses on cellular and molecular biology as well as organismal biology. He received his law degree in 2003 from the University of Colorado School of Law, where he was awarded the Bernard J. Seeman Scholarship as an incoming first-year student.
He is a member of the Bar in Colorado (2004) and Wisconsin (2003, inactive), and is admitted to practice before the Colorado state courts as well as the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado. He maintains memberships in the Colorado Bar Association, Northwest Colorado Bar Association, and the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association.