Nicholas (“Cole”) A. Reynolds joined Floyd, Pflueger & Ringer in February 2019. Cole represents individual and corporate clients in commercial litigation primarily involving personal injury and consumer protection actions. Before joining the firm, Cole practiced both first- and third-party property and casualty insurance defense at Tyson & Mendes, LLP as well as a boutique law firm in downtown Seattle. Prior to that, he clerked for King County Superior Court jurists LeRoy McCullough (2012-2013) and Carol A. Schapira (2014-2015).
Cole is admitted to practice law in both Washington and Oregon. He is a member of the King County Bar Association and volunteers regularly as defense counsel for that organization’s Housing Justice Project. He received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Oregon, where he served as a research assistant for the Environmental & Natural Resources Law Center and clerked for the Lane County District Attorney’s Office.
Outside of the law, Cole enjoys spending time with family and indulging in the outdoors of the Great Pacific Northwest. He is an ardent supporter of Seattle’s Seahawks, Sounders and Mariners, as well as University of Oregon Duck athletics.