Trey Eckloff is a shareholder with Montgomery Little & Soran. His practice is focused on civil litigation with an emphasis on the construction industry, professional liability, real estate litigation, and corporate/business law. He also is undertaking the role of serving as counsel for underwriters in connection with various municipal bond transactions.

Mr. Eckloff represents clients through all stages of the litigation process in both state and federal courts. He has been involved with multiple cases that went to trial. While he enjoys trial work, he has handled numerous cases that resolved long before trial began. He also represents and counsels clients on day-to-day legal issues, business issues, and advises clients on strategies for avoiding litigation altogether, focusing on each clients’ individual needs and goals.

Mr. Eckloff attended the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and graduated in 2015 with a certificate in corporate and commercial law. He was also staff editor for the Transportation Law Journal. Mr. Eckloff has been in private litigation practice since graduation and has represented a variety of institutional and individual clients across the entire State of Colorado.

Mr. Eckloff is licensed to practice in Colorado and Arizona and is admitted to the US District Court for Colorado. He is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, Denver Bar Association, Arizona Bar Association, and Colorado Defense Lawyers Association.

Mr. Eckloff is a native of Denver, Colorado and earned a degree in business finance, with honors, from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 2012. While at CU, he was a member of the CU men’s basketball team and was a member of the team that won the 2012 Pac12 Tournament and participated in the 2012 NCAA tournament.

Mr. Eckloff joined the Montgomery Little & Soran team in 2019 and is excited to be working with a collective group of dedicated, experienced, and supportive professionals.