2007 - Present: Law Office of Glenn E. Tremper, PLLC, Great Falls, Montana.
My focus has been representing homeowners, owner associations and other parties in construction negligence claims throughout Montana. Over the last 12 years, I have successfully concluded complex negligence claims involving over 65 structures and 105 living units; most cases involved multiple parties.
I have also represented general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and project owners on a variety of construction-related contractual disputes. I have served as a project owner’s representative in the design, construction and maintenance of several commercial and religious buildings.
I have represented clients in complex commercial disputes, insurance coverage disputes, commercial redevelopment and leasing, estate litigation, corporate and partnership breakups, securities litigation and personal injury litigation.
I have served as a mediator on over 25 litigated cases since 2015, and have represented one or more parties in over 70 separate mediations over the past 12 years.
1993- 2007: Church, Harris, Johnson & Williams, P.C., Great Falls, Montana.
My practice emphasized construction law, insurance coverage, bad faith litigation, complex commercial disputes and estate litigation.
My construction-related clients included general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and owners. I also served as an owner’s representative on commercial and civic construction projects.
I became active in the management of the firm, serving as a president of the firm from 2004-2007.
1992-1993: Pillsbury, Levinson & Mills, P.C., San Francisco, California.
Practicing in the Bay Area before moving my family back to Montana, I served as a litigation associate on cases involving insurance coverage litigation and environmental claims, including CERCLA cleanup cases.
1989-1992: Steinhart & Falconer, P.C., San Francisco, California.
I served as an associate to the firm’s commercial transaction lawyers, with emphasis on technology start-ups, real estate development, complex business transactions and high-net worth estate planning.
1988-1989: Church, Harris, Johnson & Williams, P.C.
I served as an associate assisting in the litigation of complex energy disputes, insurance coverage disputes and other business disputes the year following my clerkship. I left to return to the Bay Area to marry a San Francisco native I met during my clerkship.
1987-1988: Law Clerk to Chief Judge James R. Browning, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, San Francisco, California.