Reid Jennings was born and raised in Kansas. While obtaining his degree in Architectural Engineering from Kansas State University, he had the opportunity to work as an engineer in the mountains of Colorado. During law school, Mr. Jennings realized he missed all that Colorado had to offer and following graduation he and his family moved back to Denver.
Prior to forming Parrish & Jennings, Mr. Jennings worked as a litigation attorney at a mid-size civil litigation defense firm under the mentorship of exceptional trial attorneys. His practice was primarily focused on complex civil litigation defense, where he handled cases ranging from personal injury matters to wrongful death claims to construction claims. Mr. Jennings also represented numerous clients as general counsel and in transactional matters. Mr. Jennings established himself as a dedicated and creative attorney with a proven track record of successful results in state and federal court. His dedication to his profession garnered Mr. Jennings a reputation as atop-tier litigator and respected professional in the industry. Further, Mr. Jennings’ experience as counsel for both plaintiff and defense provides him with a unique perspective that allows him to craft effective legal strategies tailored to each and every client, no matter the dispute.
Mr. Jenning’s practice includes all manner of civil litigation, including prosecuting claims on behalf of injured clients and defending clients in complex civil litigation cases and construction matters.
In his free time, you can find Mr. Jennings spending time with his wife and his two boys out hiking, skiing, or golfing. He also spends some of his nights and weekends dedicated to woodworking and renovating his home.
Mr. Jennings has litigated countless cases throughout the entire state of Colorado in both state court and federal court, handling everything from client development to appeals. He has also arbitrated numerous complex cases before the American Arbitration Association and independent nuetral arbitrators. In one case, he was able to recover over $500,000 plus an award of attorneys’ fees for his client on a trademark dispute while obtaining a full defense award on the opposing party’s claims for negligence, breach of contract, and fraud.
Mr. Jennings has had the opportunity to present for numerous legal-industry groups on various topics, including professionalism in the litigation industry, ethical implications of the use of artificial intelligence in litigation, contractual risks and risk transfer in construction contracts, and a crash-course on construction defect litigation for new lawyers.