Spencer Reed takes pride in his legal practice and in the clients he represents.  He cares about his clients and their legal matters, and he strives to be responsive to his clients’ needs. Mr. Reed’s law practice centers primarily on commercial litigation, though he also represents corporate clients in business law and non-litigation matters.  In his litigation practice, Mr. Reed represents clients in disputes involving contracts, employment, homeowners associations, real property, and insurance defense.  Mr. Reed has experience litigating commercial leases, non-compete agreements, construction defects, land use and property disputes, probate disputes, securities arbitration defense, and numerous other commercial issues.

Outside of litigation, Mr. Reed counsels corporate clients in contract drafting and negotiation, trademark applications and renewals, business formations, and other legal matters specific to his clients’ needs.

Mr. Reed has represented a wide range of clients, including financial institutions, insurance companies, universities, health care providers, contractors, businesses and their owners, real property owners, and individuals.

Mr. Reed is admitted to practice in Utah and North Dakota.

When he is not practicing law, Mr. Reed enjoys camping and fishing with his family, woodworking, and playing the bagpipes.

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