Shutts & Bowen LLP is pleased to announce that Orlando Partner Eric C. Reed has been appointed as Second Vice-Chair to the Board of Directors of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Florida (RMHCCF).
An active board member of RMHCCF since 2017, Eric finds himself well positioned to serve as an officer of the board for his 2020-2021 term. He serves on the Board of the Orange County Bar Association Foundation, as well as on the Executive Council of the Orange County Bar Association as acting Treasurer. Eric has also served on the RMHCCF’s Development /Cornerstone Committee and has hosted fundraising golf tournaments in support of the charity. As an officer of the board, Eric will continue to help guide RMHCCF’s strategies and long-term plans to find, create and support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children and families.
The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Florida (RMHCCF) includes three Orlando locations that house roughly 2,700 families of critically ill children a year, providing a “home away from home for families with children receiving treatment at hospitals and medical facilities” across Central Florida.
About Eric C. Reed
Eric C. Reed is a partner in the Orlando office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Business Litigation Practice Group. Eric combines his trial experience and communications skills in disputes involving commercial litigation, construction litigation, commercial landlord/tenant litigation, commercial and consumer collections and replevins, mortgage and lien foreclosures, and general lender representation. Eric helps represent banks, creditors, timeshare companies and other companies in financially-related cases. He also represents plaintiffs or defendants in disputes involving the automotive industry. In addition, Eric represents contractors and owners involving construction lien issues. Prior to joining Shutts, Eric gained trial experience as an Assistant State Attorney in the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Orange County, Florida. Currently, Eric serves as treasurer for the Executive Council of the Orange County Bar Association. He previously served as a board member of the Orange County Bar Association Legal Aid Society, the Orange County Bar Foundation and he chaired the Orange County Bar Association Judicial Relations Committee.