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Steve Nagy is Shareholder at Montgomery Little & Soran. He represents clients in a wide range of real estate matters including transactions and litigation. He regularly assists clients in transactions, leasing, eminent domain, access and boundary conflicts, title disputes, breach of contract claims, development matters, and natural resource issues. Mr. Nagy prides himself on understanding each client’s unique business and personal goals and developing the most efficient strategies to help achieve them.

Mr. Nagy has over a decade of private sector experience. Before joining Montgomery Little & Soran, Mr. Nagy was a partner at a boutique Denver law firm specializing in eminent domain and condemnation litigation and commercial transactions. Previously, he worked at a law firm specializing in oil and gas leasing, title, and permitting issues. Mr. Nagy began his legal career in the public sector as a Colorado Assistant Attorney General representing agencies in the Department of Natural Resources. He also served as a transactional attorney for the Great Outdoors Colorado Trust Fund (GOCO), where he handled over sixty lottery-funded property acquisitions of urban parkland, trails, agricultural conservation easements, and water rights.

Mr. Nagy is a member of the Colorado Bar Association Real Estate Section Executive Council, where he serves on the Continuing Legal Education Committee (chair), Publications Committee, and Community Service Committee. Mr. Nagy also serves on legislative task forces responsible for reviewing bills related to eminent domain, landlord/tenant matters, natural resources, and record title.

Mr. Nagy is an avid fly fisherman who enjoys camping and spending time on the water with his wife, children, and dogs. He volunteers with The Mayfly Project, a nonprofit organization that mentors children in foster care through fly fishing.

2007 J.D.
Indiana University School of Law
Bloomington, Indiana

2004 B.A. cum laude
Miami University
Oxford, Ohio

History of Eminent Domain: Perspectives from Antiquity to Modern Era; Colorado Eminent Domain Conference (CLE International, 9/2022)

Valuing Conservation Easements: Who Gets a Piece of the Pie? Colorado Eminent Domain Conference (CLE International, 9/2022)

The Evolving Response to COVID-19; When Might Regulations Require Compensation; Colorado Real Estate Journal (3/2021)

Eminent Domain 101; Rocky Mountain Surveyor’s Summit (2/2021)

Introduction to Eminent Domain & Condemnation; Land Laws for Civil Engineers & Land Surveyors (5/2019)

Mineral Interests in Condemnation; Acquisition, Valuation, and Title Issues Around Mineral Interests; Colorado Eminent Domain Conference (CLE International, 4/2018)

Update on Colorado Habitat Exchange; Potential Solution or Pitfall? Oil & Gas and Mining: Current Legal Issues (CBA CLE, 9/2016)

  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Eminent Domain & Condemnation
  • Commercial Leases
  • Natural Resources
  • Land Conservation & Conservation Easements
  • Oil & Gas
  • Real Estate Buyers & Sellers
  • Real Estate Development
  • Agriculture
  • Landlords & Tenants
  • Mineral Owners
  • Land Conservation