Washington University in St. Louis,
Staff Editor, Washington University Law Quarterly
Intern, Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District
Missouri State University,
B.A., magna cum laude, 1996
Missouri USDC, Eastern District
Missouri USDC, Western District
Illinois USDC, Northern District
American Bar Association
Missouri Bar Association
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
Thompson Coburn LLP
Loss Prevention Counsel, 2018-present
Summer Associate, 2000
Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District
Intern, Hon. Richard Teitelman, 1999
As Loss Prevention Counsel, Trey assists with new client openings and the conflicts process and helps implement effective loss prevention protocols across the Firm.
Working with the Firm's general counsel and assistant general counsel, Trey investigates potential and actual conflicts of interests in regard to new and existing clients and firm employees. He assists with the new hire process for attorneys, quickly and efficiently examining client relationships so new attorneys can successfully transition their work to the Firm. Trey also reviews external marketing content and collateral to ensure adherence to ethics rules across multiple jurisdictions.
Before joining the loss prevention department, Trey spent nearly two decades representing clients before state and federal courts in a wide variety of products liability, state and national consumer class action, business litigation and land-rights litigation matters.
He has litigated cases before state and federal trial and appellate courts, and briefed matters before the Missouri, Illinois and United States Supreme Courts.
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