Reid E. Robison is a veteran trial lawyer whose practice is concentrated in business-related litigation, including antitrust, securities, products liability, tax, white collar criminal cases, contract and insurance disputes and multi-district and other complex litigation in courts throughout the United States.
As part of his appellate practice, Reid has appeared and argued cases in Oklahoma and Delaware and before the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Fifth, Eighth, Tenth and Eleventh Circuits. He also was involved in a successful appeal in the Supreme Court of Virginia.
His skills as a litigator have earned him inclusion in several prestigious industry publications, including Benchmark Litigation, The Best Lawyers in America (antitrust litigation; appellate practice; bet-the-company litigation; commercial litigation; environmental litigation; legal malpractice law–defendants; mass tort/class actions–defendants; product liability litigation–defendants; securities litigation; tax litigation and controversy), Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and Oklahoma Super Lawyers. He has been perennially listed in all three publications since their inaugural editions and has been named to Super Lawyers' prestigious list of "Top 50 Oklahoma Lawyers" since 2008. He was selected by Best Lawyers as the "Oklahoma City Appellate Practice Lawyer of the Year" for 2013, an honor only given to a single lawyer in each legal specialty in each community.
Reid was selected as a fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, a trial lawyer honorary society dedicated to promoting superior advocacy, professionalism and ethical standards among its fellows. He is also a fellow and state chairman of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, an organization whose membership in
the United States is limited to 500 active trial lawyers.
Reid is a past president of the Oklahoma County Bar Association.
Following graduation from law school, Reid served as an assistant attorney general of the state of Oklahoma and as a captain in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the U.S. Air Force.