In a legal career that has spanned over three decades, Mr. Reynolds has handled many different types of cases. He has represented small companies, individuals, and professionals, and also large companies and corporations of many types in cases in many parts of Texas, and on both sides of the docket; so he has the experience in any case to be able to analyze the most likely tactics that may be chosen or employed by the opposing parties, which can be a real advantage for his clients.
Mr. Reynolds is an honors graduate of The University of Texas School of Law (J.D. 1977), was licensed to practice law in Texas in November, 1977, and entered private law practice on January 2, 1978. He has practiced in large and small firm settings, always trying to do a good job for clients, and always making time available without charge for various sorts of public service activities. In the past he served several years on each of three standing committees of The State Bar of Texas that advise The Supreme Court of Texas on issues pertaining to (1.) rules of evidence; (2.) rules of procedure governing court proceedings; and (3.) the set of legal ethics rules known as the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct. Mr. Reynolds is likely the only living Texas lawyer to have served on all three of these State Bar committees. Mr. Reynolds is currently serving his fifth term as a member of the Zoning Board of Adjustment in Colleyville, Texas, and he also serves as a member of the Executive Committee of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, and as a member of the Board of Directors of the Texas Girls Choir.
Skip Reynolds maintains an active law practice. You are welcome, at no charge and with no obligation, to contact him either by phone or by e-mail. Skip will personally respond to your e-mail; and he will speak to you by phone if you call [if you call and he is not in, or is not immediately available, he will return your call personally].
Whether counseling with a client in a consultation in the office, or working on an appeal, or conducting discovery to prepare a case for trial, or trying a lawsuit, Mr. Reynolds always strives to use his experience as an attorney effectively for the benefit of his client or clients.
For information about areas of practice, please go to the section of this web site which addresses “Practice Areas”.
After practicing actively for many years, Mr. Reynolds withdrew from partnership in a large law firm and opened an office in Fort Worth on 1 June 1995. Since then, he has continued in the private practice of law, and has enjoyed the privilege of serving many clients.