Reid Neureiter

Reid N. Neureiter

Of Counsel at Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell LLP

370 Seventeenth Street (Republic Plaza) Suite 4500, Denver, Colorado, United States
HQ Phone:
(303) 244-1800

General Information


Partner  - Hill & Robbins P.C

Junior Economist  - U.S. House of Representatives

President  - F.F.A.


bachelor's degree  - Swarthmore College

law degree Order  - University of Texas School of Law

master's degree  - public affairs , University of Texas at Austin


Board Member  - Colorado Lawyers Committee

Senior Counsel  - Husch Blackwell LLP

Junior Economist for the Staff of the Budget Committee  - Majority

Member of the Firm, Chair of Litigation Department  - Jacobs Chase Frick Kleinkopf & Kelley LLC

Recent News  

In the past year, WTO has welcomed of counsel lawyers Reid Neureiter, Allison Cohn, and Michael Song; associates Anthony Barbe, Nathan Bruggeman, Cara Dearman, Benjamin Delanghe, Ellen Herzog, Elizabeth Johnston, Cedric Logan, Mark Lyda, Nathan Murphy, and Thomas Werge; and staff counsel Carlo Bonavita, Anne Mangiardi, Daniel McParland, Kasey Meyer, Rebecca Graves Payne, Kimberly Still, Barbara Vaught, and Jeri Wettestad.
Reid Neureiter joined the firm from Husch Blackwell and Jacobs Chase, where he was a partner and head of litigation. At WTO, his practice will focus on complex commercial litigation and class actions. He has practiced in Denver since 1996, when he moved to the city to serve as court-appointed defense counsel in the trial of Terry Lynn Nichols, a defendant in the Oklahoma City bombing case. Neureiter graduated Order of the Coif from the University of Texas School of Law where he was the associate editor of the Texas Law Review.

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In this issue: Our focus on intellectual property law involves a look at block chain technology and how inventors seek to protect themselves in a post-Alice world; and a tactic to protect patents behind tribal sovereignty is getting a reaction in Congress; Also, Reid Neureiter, a litigator at Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell takes us "Outside the Law" by showing another side to himself as a cyclist and photographer; and in our latest judge profile, Judge Charles Pratt talks about how sometimes the best way to get trial experience is to become a judge.

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Reid Neureiter, Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell LLP

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