Our Practice

Holtz & Reed, LLP specializes in the following areas:

Administrative Law

In Holtz & Reed’s administrative law practice, we represent clients before federal, state, and municipal administrative agencies, and, in some instances, represent the administrative agencies themselves.  Holtz & Reed’s lawyers… Continue reading.

Appellate Practice

We have an active appellate practice, in state and federal courts. Among cases successfully argued by Holtz & Reed lawyers are: Shervin v. Partners HealthCare System, Inc. et al., No.… Continue reading.

Business Litigation

We have successfully prosecuted and defended claims on behalf of stockholders, corporations, and individuals in a variety of business disputes. Our attorneys have been involved in matters including: Defending a… Continue reading.

Corporate Counsel

In addition to meeting the acute needs of our clients during times of conflict, our corporate practice integrates and delivers comprehensive legal services to organizations in all stages of development.… Continue reading.

Employment Practices

Holtz & Reed’s employment litigation practice extends to all levels of the state and federal courts and various administrative agencies in cases involving employment discrimination statutes, employment contracts and restrictive… Continue reading.

Health Care

Holtz & Reed maintains a vibrant health care law practice, with a focus on strategic business counseling, commercial litigation, and labor and employment law.  We represent health care systems, academic… Continue reading.

Intellectual Property

Our intellectual property practice delivers wide-ranging legal services to corporate clients whose core value is intellectual property.  Our attorneys expertly guide clients through the process of developing, commercializing and protecting… Continue reading.

Municipal Law

Representing and counseling municipal governments and agencies in discrete legal matters is an important part of our practice. Our expertise in all aspects of union and non-union personnel and labor… Continue reading.