Douglas H. Reynolds is a third-generation South Floridian and a Director in our litigation department. He focuses his practice on business litigation, marital and family law and probate litigation.
The Florida Bar has board certified Mr. Reynolds in two areas of law: Business Litigation (1997) and Marital & Family Law (1994). Board Certification is the highest level of recognition bestowed upon attorneys by The Florida Bar, and recognizes attorneys who are distinguished in specific areas of legal practice by virtue of their exceptional competency and depth of experience in all areas of legal practice. Mr. Reynolds served for six years on the Florida Bar’s Marital and Family Law Certification Committee, which oversees the certification of family law practitioners. Additionally, Mr. Reynolds has served as a court-appointed Guardian ad Litem, and has been a mediator in numerous proceedings. Mr. Reynolds is AV rated by Martindale Hubbell.
Mr. Reynolds has a long history of involvement in our community. He presently serves on the Board of Directors of the Broward County Library Foundation and Offerdahl’s Hand-Off Foundation which annually conducts the John Offerdahl Gridiron Grill Off Food Wine & Music Festival. He has served on the City of Fort Lauderdale Community Services Board, the City of Fort Lauderdale Marine Advisory Board, and was chairperson of the City of Fort Lauderdale Nuisance Abatement Board for six years. He presently serves as the Chairperson on the Board of Adjustment. He has also served on the Board of Trustees of both Pine Crest School and St. Mark’s Episcopal School.
In 2019, Mr. Reynolds was awarded the Russell Carlisle Award for Advocacy. The Russell E. Carlisle Advocacy Award is given annually by Legal Aid Service of Broward County to an advocate whose actions exemplify a personal and professional commitment to making justice available to the poor and disadvantaged. Prior recipients include former Florida Supreme Court Justice Arthur England; former Circuit Court Judge Mel Grossman; and constitutional law expert Bruce Rogow. Mr. Reynolds holds a master’s of law degree from Emory University in addition to his law degree from that same institution. He earned a bachelor’s degree with distinction from the University of Virginia.
Business Litigation – 1997 to Present
Marital and Family law – 1994 to Present
Co-Author: The Not-So-Simple Coverture Fraction: Do Attorneys Risk More than Embittered Clients? Parts I and II, 70 Florida Bar Journal 62, May and June 1996.
Co-Author: The Underbrush Grows Deeper: Restrictive Covenants in Employment Agreements in Georgia. 21 Georgia State Bar Journal 28 (August 1984).
Isan v. Isan, 209 So.3d 40 (Fla.5th DCA 2016)
Tavory v. Vistar Technologies, 967 So.2d 214 (Fla. 4th DCA 2007)
Gaffney v. Gaffney, 965 So.2d 1217 (Fla. 4th DCA 2007)
Pietras v. Pietras, 842 So.2d 954 (Fla. 4th DCA 2003)
Rose v. Ditto, 804 So.2d 351 (Fla. 4th DCA 2001)
Rohatynsky v. Kalogiannis, 763 So.2d 1270 (Fla. 4th DCA 2000)
Wideman v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., 141 F.3d 1453 (11th Cir. 1998)
Kingston Square Tenants Association et al v. Tuskegee Gardens, Ltd., 792 F.Supp. 1566 (S.D. Fla. 1992)
Allen v. McKool, 349 S.E.2d 833 (Ga. App. 1986)
Dekalb County v. Pine Hill Civic Club, 326 S.E.2d 214 (Ga. 1983)
Masters of Law