Peter R. Reynolds


86 Farmington Avenue, Hartford, CT 06105

About Peter

Mr. Reynolds’ litigation experience covers a wide range of legal areas including corporate and partnership disputes, fiduciary duty, construction, surety and fidelity insurance, trusts and estates, probate matters, public interest/not-for-profit, administrative and local land use.

On behalf of both profit and non-profit clients, Mr. Reynolds has successfully appealed tax assessments affecting overvalued and improperly taxed commercial and industrial properties in cities such as Hartford (for example, a recently reduced assessment for a large downtown mixed-use owner, and a total exemption for airport association property rights affirmed by the Connecticut Supreme Court), New Haven (including the highest valued commercial building in New Haven at the time), Waterbury (a large blighted property on contaminated soil), Middletown and Bristol, and in numerous towns around the state such as Enfield, Windsor, Bloomfield, East Hartford, Glastonbury, Farmington, Rocky Hill, and Plainfield. Mr. Reynolds also led a team of legal and environmental professionals representing a grass roots initiative in their successful challenge to the construction of a power plant along a major waterway.

He has appeared in numerous probate and superior courts, the Appellate and State Supreme Court, as well as U.S. District Court and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, and before the Connecticut Siting Counsel, the Office of Health Care Access, and the Department of Public Health.