Trevor Reid joined Parker, Pollard, Wilton & Peaden P.C. as an associate after receiving his law degree from the University of Richmond in 2008, and became a shareholder in 2015. Mr. Reid’s practice is concentrated primarily on civil litigation, creditor’s rights, commercial real estate, and business law.
Represents corporations and other business entities in the prosecution and defense of contract and business tort litigation.
Represents banks, other institutional lenders and private lenders in commercial loan default situations, from workouts to foreclosure and/or UCC sales of personal property, to deficiency suits and enforcement.
Represents lenders in commercial foreclosures.
Represents secured and unsecured creditors in all phases of bankruptcy, including suits to determine dischargeability and other adversary proceedings, plan confirmation disputes, defense of preference and other avoidance claims, cash collateral disputes, and motions for relief from stay.
Represents creditors in the collection of judgments, with substantial experience in the use of aggressive remedies such as levies, creditor’s suits, and charging orders.
Represents landowners and commercial tenants in real estate related litigation, including lease disputes, contract disputes, and easement issues.
Represents landowners and creditors in prosecuting and defending partition suits and creditor’s suits.
Represents title insurance companies and insured parties in connection with real estate title defects and coverage issues.
Represents owners, lenders and contractors in mechanic’s lien disputes.
Represents lenders, purchasers and sellers in residential and commercial real estate transactions.
Represents landlords and tenants in negotiation and drafting of commercial and residential leases.
Represents lenders in major asset-based lending transactions.
Advises businesses with respect to entity formation, corporate authority issues, director and officer liability, and other corporate matters.
Represents beneficiaries of wills and trusts in litigation involving the interpretation and application of testamentary documents.
Represents purchasers and sellers in business equity and asset purchase transactions, from small family stores to car dealerships.
- University of Richmond, The T.C. Williams School of Law, Richmond, Virginia
- J.D. – 2008, magna cum laude
- Manuscripts Editor, University of Richmond Law Review
- Member, McNeill Law Society
- Law Student Member, Lewis F. Powell, Jr., American Inn of Court
- J.D. – 2008, magna cum laude
- Gonzaga University
- B.A. (Honors), 2005, magna cum laude
- Member, Alpha Sign Nu Honor Society
- Member, Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society
Professional Affiliations & Memberships
Member, Virginia State Bar
Barrister, John Marshall American Inn of Court
Member, Henrico County Bar Association
Member, Bar Association of the City of Richmond
Member, West Richmond Businessmen’s Association
Title Law from Start to Finish, NBI Seminar, September 2016
Strategies for Legal Research on the Web, NBI Seminar, October 2015
Advanced Title Insurance Issues, NBI Seminar, October 2014
- Who is the Trustee in a Deed of Trust? Richmond Times Dispatch Metro Business, January 2015
- Students’ Guide to Article 9 & Related Statutes, (Co-Author with Larry T. Bates et al.), 2008