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Born out of a large regional law firm, Reeve Brown PLLC is a boutique law practice that takes its big firm pedigree and brings to its clients a more personal and focused approach. The attorneys at Reeve Brown pride themselves not only on their legal expertise, but on their knowledge of their clients and their clients’ specific legal needs. Our attorneys strive to help each client not only understand the law as it relates to their particular situation, but to understand the practical impact the law and the process will have on them and their business.

A dedicated construction and commercial practice, Reeve Brown provides a broad range of legal services to individuals, small businesses, national and regional companies, financial institutions, and municipalities. Our depth of experience helps our clients deal with both the complex and the mundane in today’s changing business and economic climate. Whether in the boardroom or courtroom, Reeve Brown attorneys treat each client and each matter with the attention and professionalism they deserve.

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