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G. Lawrence Reeves, Jr.

Larry Reeves

G. Lawrence Reeves, Jr. Partner


We are excited to announce our newest attorney and partner with Glass Law Group, PLLC!

Larry Reeves brings another valuable layer of legal services to our firm. Larry’s practice has focused on Commercial, Business, and Insurance Litigation matters . Larry has over 14 years of experience representing insurers in state and federal courts, both directly as their counsel in coverage litigation in state and federal courts; and indirectly as their insureds’ counsel in state and federal courts, defending claims of professional malpractice, premises liability, motor vehicle negligence, worker’s compensation liability, and securities law violations.

Larry’s criminal law background includes work as an assistant district attorney in Charlotte, North Carolina, prosecuting and trying cases ranging from traffic offenses to capital murder; as a Special Agent for the FBI in New Orleans, Louisiana, investigating drug trafficking and white collar crime cases; and as an attorney for the North Carolina Attorney General’s office, Criminal Division, first as a Medicaid fraud prosecutor, then as appellate counsel before North Carolina’s Court of Appeals and Supreme Court.

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G. Lawrence Reeves, Jr.,


Practice Areas:

  • Commercial Litigation
  • Business Law/Litigation
  • Insurance Litigation
  • Estate Planning & Estate/Fiduciary Litigation


  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.S., 1975
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, J.D., 1978

Jurisdictions Licensed

  • All North Carolina State and Federal District Courts
  • United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
  • United States Supreme Court

Reported Cases

  • Hamilton v. Mortgage Info. Servs., 212 N.C. App 73, 711 S.E. 2d 185 (2011) (interlocutory orders and appeals/partial denial of class certification/no jurisdiction)
  • Daimlerchrysler Corp v. Kirkhart, 148 N.C. App. 572, 561 S.E. 2d 276 (2002) (claims reviewed on appeal were barratry, libel, tortious interference with contract, tortious interference with prospective economic advantage, and unfair and deceptive trade practices; reversing entry of preliminary injunction against defendant)
  • Anglin-Stone v. Curtis, 146 N.C. App. 608, 553 S.E. 2d 244 (2001) (dismissing defendant’s interlocutory appeal from order denying motion to dismiss based upon insufficiency of service of process/misnomer of defendant)
  • Dunkley v. Shoemate, 350 N.C. 573, 515 S.E.2d 442 (1999) (affirming Court of Appeals’ decision below)
  • Dunkley v. Shoemate, 129 N.C. App. 255, 497 S.E. 2d 713 (1998) (where defense counsel had had no communication with defendant-client, defense counsel had no authority to represent defendant-client; reversing trial court’s denial of Plaintiff’s motion to remove defense counsel)
  • Gordon v. Garner, 127 N.C. Appt. 649, 493 S.E. 2d 58 (1997) (motor vehicle/dump truck accident; at fault driver was an independent contractor, not an employee of defendant corporations; defendant corporations not vicarious liable for at fault driver’s negligence under contract carrier/common carrier/public utility principles; reversing summary judgment for plaintiff)
  • Cook v. Wake County Hosp. Sys., 125 N.C. App. 618; 482 S.E.2d 546 (1997) (slip and fall case; hospital accident report prepared for non-litigation purposes was discoverable for not being prepared in anticipation of litigation; reversing trial court’s denial of Plaintiff’s motion to compel)
  • Dunkley v. Shoemate, 121 N.C. App. 360, 465 S.E.2d 319 (1996) (tort action alleging nonconsensual intercourse by absconding impostor physician; plaintiff not required to plead mental disability in avoidance of statute of limitations defense; reversing trial court)
  • Henderson v. United States Fid. & Guar. Co., 124 N.C. App. 103; 476 S.E.2d 458 (1996) (declaratory judgment action addressing “occurrence” and “advertising injury” coverage for unfair and deceptive trade practices; reversing summary judgment for insured)
  • Franklin v. Winn Dixie Raleigh, 342 N.C. 404, 464 S.E. 2d 46 (1995) (affirming Court of Appeals’ decision below)
  • Franklin v. Winn Dixie Raleigh, 117 N.C. App. 28, 450 S.E. 2d 24 (1994) (affirming trial court dismissal of claims based on Plaintiff’s misnomer of defendant in pleadings)
  • State v. Watson, 338 N.C. 168; 449 S.E.2d 694 (1994) (1st degree murder; nine issues; no error)
  • State v. Farmer, 333 N.C. 172; 434 S.E.2d 120 (1993) (1st degree murder; four issues; no error)
  • State v. Rannel, 333 N.C. 644, 430 S.E.2d 254 (1993) (1st degree murder/armed robbery/conspiracy to commit armed robbery; 11 issues; no error)
  • State v. Lane, 334 N.C. 148 431 S.E.2d 7 (1993) (1st degree murder/burglary; 4 issues; no error)
  • State v. Lynch, 334 N.C. 402; 432 S.E.2d 349 (1993) (1st degree murder; new trial for error in allowing defendant to be cross-examined about prior convictions)
  • State v. Bridges, 333 N.C. 572; 429 S.E.2d 347 (1993) (affirming Court of Appeals’ decision below)
  • State v. Hart, 105 N.C. App. 542, 414 S.E.2d 364 (1992) (armed robbery/2nd degree murder; four issues; no error)
  • State v. Bridges, 107 N.C. App. 668, 421 S.E.2d 806 (1992) (1st degree rape/ felonious assault on handicapped person/felony breaking and entering; three issues; no error (2-1))
  • State v. Garner, 331 N.C. 491, 417 S.E.2d 502 (1992) (1st degree murder/armed robbery; six issues; no error; Supreme Court adopted inevitable discovery exception to warrant requirement)
  • State v. Johnson, 331 N.C. 660, 417 S.E.2d 483 (1992) (1st degree murder/armed robbery; no error in guilt phase; remanded for new capital sentencing proceeding)
  • State v. Pittman, 332 N.C. 244; 420 S.E.2d 437 (1992) (1st degree murder (two cts.); 11 issues; no error)
  • State v. Gibson, 333 N.C. 29; 424 S.E.2d (1992) (1st degree murder/armed robbery/conspiracy to commit murder and armed robbery; eight issues; no error)
  • State v. Woodard, 102 N.C. App. 687, 404 S.E.2d 6 (1991) (first degree burglary (4 cts.), first degree rape (4 cts.), first degree sexual offense (8 cts.); 11 issues; no error)
  • State v. Morris, 103 N.C. App. 246, 405 S.E.2d 351 (1991) (marijuana offenses; two issues; vacating forfeiture order)
  • State v. Smith, 328 N.C. 161, 400 S.E.2d 405 (1991) (1st degree murder (3 cts); holding that NC courts lack jurisdiction because alleged crimes occurred on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, a federal enclave)
  • State v. Brewer, 328 N.C. 515, 402 S.E.2d 380 (1991) (1st degree murder; four issues; no error)
  • State v. Harrison, 328 N.C. 678, 403 S.E.2d 301 (1991) (1st degree murder; three issues; no error)
  • State v. Hall, 104 N.C. App. 375; 410 S.E.2d 76 (1991) (cocaine trafficking; four issues; no error in part)
  • State v. Sneed, 327 N.C. 266; 393 S.E.2d 531 (1990) (1st degree murder/armed robbery; 4 issues; reversible error to exclude testimony that another committed the crime)
  • State v. Faucette, 326 N.C. 676, 392 S.E.2d (1990) (1st degree murder/1st degree burglary; ten issues; no error)
  • State v. Kamtsiklis, 94 N.C. App. 250, 380 S.E.2d 400 (1989) (cocaine trafficking; ten issues; no error in part)
  • State v. Moul, 95 N.C. App. 644, 383 S.E.2d 429 (1989) (indecent liberties; one issue; affirming interlocutory order in defendant’s favor)
  • State v. Rhinehart, 324 N.C. 310, 377 S.E.2d 746 (1989) (1st degree murder; two issues; no error)
  • State v. Reed, 324 N.C. 535; 379 S.E.2d 828 (1989) (1st degree murder; one issue; reversible error to exclude defendant’s testimony that he feared for his life)

Professional Affiliations

  • North Carolina Bar Association


Phone: 919-948-7633

Fax: 919-827-4878

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