Donald Reid began his legal career as a rotating law clerk for nine bankruptcy judges in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Los Angeles Division. For three years, he worked closely with the judges and learned many valuable lessons. Since entering private practice, Don has represented debtors, creditors, and bankruptcy trustees in chapter 7 and chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, as well as parties in complex bankruptcy litigation and appeals.
Don earned his law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law in 2011. There he served as Managing Editor for the Oregon Law Review. He earned his undergraduate degree (B.S.) in Environmental Science from California Lutheran University in 2006.
Don is active in the local bankruptcy community and currently serves as the Co-Chair for the Commercial and Bankruptcy Law Section of the Orange County Bar Association. He is also a member of the Inland Empire Bankruptcy Forum, Orange County Bankruptcy Forum, and American Bankruptcy Institute. His recent article, A Trustee’s Road Map for Piercing the Debtor’s Corporate Veil, was published as the cover article for the Winter 2017 issue of the American Bankruptcy Trustee Journal.