Chadd L. Reynolds


Chadd Reynolds is an associate in the firm’s construction law and commercial and civil litigation practice groups where he represents individual owners and corporations in a variety of complex business and construction disputes in federal and state court, arbitration, and mediation.

In his construction practice, Chadd has represented public and private owners and subcontractors on projects ranging from single-family homes to multi-million dollar private and public construction projects. Chadd has handled matters involving:
• Contract claims
• Payment disputes
• Delay claims
• Defective and negligent construction
• Lien and bond claims

Chadd’s commercial and civil litigation practice consists of representing businesses and their owners in disputes involving:
• Contract claims
• Fraud and misrepresentation claims
• Payment disputes
• Civil racketeering and corruption claims
• Fair debt collection claims

Chadd also has extensive experience litigating cases in the firm’s community associations practice group. He routinely represents property, condominium, and homeowner associations in cases involving covenant enforcement, construction defects, and collection of dues.

In his spare time, Chadd enjoys gardening and supporting Atlanta United FC.

• Successfully defended subcontractors against delay claims brought by general contractor and obtained favorable six figure arbitration award for breach of contract claims for nonpayment on multimillion-dollar federal project.
• Obtained full payment of six figure lien claim for subcontractors on million-dollar private project.
• Assisted in obtaining favorable seven figure settlement for condominium owners against general contractor and engineers for defective construction.
• Obtained favorable settlement of lien claim for concrete subcontractor against owner on private project.
• Obtained favorable arbitration award for homeowner against contractor for construction defect and breach of contract claims.
• Recovered full amount of damages sought against general contractor for defective construction in arbitration.
• Successfully defended franchisee owner in arbitration against breach of contract, fraudulent inducement, negligent misrepresentation, and RICO claims bright by former franchisee.
• Successfully defended collection entity in federal court against FDCPA and other consumer protection claims brought by debtor.
• Obtained numerous favorable judgments for community associations for covenant violations.

Professional Organizations:
• Atlanta Bar Association
• Construction Section – Board Member, newsletter contributor
• Litigation Section – Member
• Georgia Bar Association
• Construction Section – Member
• American Bar Association
• Construction Section – Member

• “SHOW ME THE MONEY: Getting Paid by Your Customers” – Independent Electrical Contractors, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2019
• “FAA’s Rules on Commercial Use of Drones” – Associated General Contractors of America, Atlanta, Georgia, August 2016

• “So…What’s Happening with Those New Overtime Riles?” – Georgia Construction Today, Winter/Spring 2017
• “Procuring Legal Services on a Budget” – Construction Financial Management Association, April 2017
• “Resolving Disputes and Negotiating Contracts Without Breaking the Bank” – Construction Executive, April 2017
• “Using Drones on Projects: Navigating the New Drone Rules” – Medical Construction & Design, September 13, 2016

Practice Areas

  • Construction Law
  • Commercial and Civil Litigation
  • Community Associations


  • Valparaiso University, magna cum laude (J.D., 2014)
  • Berry College (B.S., 2011)

Bar Memberships

  • Georgia

Court Admissions

  • Ga. Supreme Ct.
  • Ga. App.
  • N.D. Ga.
  • M.D. Ga.