Reid Collins handles all types of high-stakes, complex litigation – primarily on the plaintiff’s side of the docket and almost always on a success-fee basis. We have tried cases as federal prosecutors, pro bono defense lawyers, and, of course, primarily as civil litigators in our everyday practice. We know how to prepare a complicated, big-dollar case for trial. But most importantly, unlike our typical opponents, we actually prepare every case we bring as if we are going to trial. In every phase of every engagement, from the very beginning, we are able to identify the documents, information, and strategies that matter, while enlisting the assistance of leading experts. This allows us to take an outcome-driven approach at all stages of even the most complicated cases.
We have prosecuted a wide variety of claims, including fraud, breaches of fiduciary duty, professional malpractice, business torts, bankruptcy claims, intellectual property disputes, banking litigation, securities law matters, bad-faith insurance, and Federal Tort Claims Act cases, to name a few. Although the subject matter varies, our extensive trial experience, creative blend of strategies, and proven track record all help to create success for our clients, in both federal and state courts, as well as arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution venues. For a more in-depth discussion of the types of cases we pursue on the behalf of our clients, see the links below:
- Legal Malpractice
- Accounting Malpractice
- Directors and Officers Liability
- Fraudulent Transfers
- Bankruptcy and Receivership Litigation
- Cross-Border and Offshore Insolvency
- Shareholder Appraisal Rights
- Whistleblower (qui tam) Litigation
Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.