reid-profile-picW. Reid Morris, Esq. has specialized in trademark law since 2012. Through years of experience in working with both large and small businesses, he came to understand the value of developing and protecting strong brands. Prior to obtaining his law degree from Howard University School of Law, Reid used his business and marketing background in a variety of industries, ranging from retail management for a strong global clothing and accessory brand to design and sales with a small firm specializing in bespoke jewelry design and manufacture. Since founding a boutique trademark firm in 2012, Reid has provided intellectual property expertise to small- and mid-sized businesses. His practice includes all areas of brand creation, development, and protection, particularly focused on United States federal trademark protection. As such, he works with clients throughout the United States or with international clients seeking U.S. registrations. Reid is an advocate for the use of modern technology to enhance communication and decrease costs for his clients. Strong communication extends to Reid’s relationships with other legal and business professionals whose expertise can be used to tailor projects to each client’s unique needs. He will work with your team of talented professionals or help you find the sub-specialists needed to address your unique situation.

Reid’s practical experience with both small and large brands combined with his legal expertise allows him to serve as a guide regarding a vast array of intellectual property needs. This unique perspective informs communication with clients, serves as a cornerstone for development, and helps you to maintain strong brand identity. Brand identity is integral to differentiating your business in a competitive marketplace.

  • Professional Associations
    • International Trademark Association
    • American Bar Association
    • American Intellectual Property Law Association
    • Grand Rapids Bar Association
  • Bar Membership
    • Licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of Michigan
    • Active practitioner at the United States Patent and Trademark Office