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Attorney Arnold E. Reed received his J.D. from the University of Iowa College of Law in 1990. Prior to graduation, Mr. Reed was named Associate Editor of the Law Review. After graduated Mr. Reed clerked for Michigan Supreme Court Justice Hon. Dennis W. Archer. Mr. Mr. Reed eventually became Chief Law Clerk to the Hon. Conrad L. Mallett. Mr. Reed, a former journalist, has authored numerous articles and is including a piece on Police Discretion and Misconduct.. In the year 2000, Mr. Reed was selected as Lawyer of the Year by Michigan Lawyers’ Weekly and has been the subject of several front-page articles involving his trial work. In 2001, Mr. Reed was chosen by Crain’s Detroit Business Magazine as one of the top businessmen in Michigan under 40 years old. In March of 1994, Mr. Reed was appointed by the Governor to sit on the Board of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. Mr. Reed is a member of Outstanding Young Men of America and is a life member of the National Registry of Who’s Who. Mr. Reed’s cases have been highlighted on 60 Minutes and Dateline NBC’s, Andy Court. He has been a guest on several radio stations nationwide. His litigation against McDonald’s Restaurant was highlighted in New York’s Bloomberg Market Magazine. Arnold Reed is nationally, and internationally known, having counseled other attorneys in litigation matters all over the world –from Mexico, to the England.
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At the ripe old age of 30, Reed obtained his first multi-million dollar verdict in the case of Joseph and Bessie Smith v. City of Detroit. In the Smith case, the plaintiffs sued when, after calling 911 to report a robbery, the police took the suspects to the Smiths’ home for identification. This case is an example of Reed’s tenacity and daring. Reed took the case after numerous lawyers had turned them away. “I get cases that other lawyers decline because they sense that there’s a lot work involved,” he said. “I don’t shy away from cases. I know I have to roll my sleeves up and get down and dirty.” Although Reed could be proud of all his cases, the case he’s the most proud of is one that involves a Fortune 500 company — Eddy Leonard, et al v. Valassis Communications in Livonia. Reed sued Valassis Communications for failure to promote minorities.
Although Arnold E. Reed has tried over 200 cases. with tenacity and daring. But what drives him? According to Reed, it is the clients that seek his services. How is he tenacious? Reed pictures a goal and doesn’t stop until he has achieved it. And how is he daring? Reed doesn’t wade into a situation, he jumps.
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