Vincent “Trey” Tumminello is an associate with Taylor Porter, where he practices primarily in the areas of commercial transactions, bankruptcy, and real estate. His experience includes organizing business entities, negotiating and drafting asset purchase agreements, stock sale agreements, commercial leases, loan and security documents, master service agreements, conducting title examinations, and assisting in loan workouts, including through foreclosure and bankruptcy.
Trey has been ranked by his peers for two consecutive years among the 2017 and 2018 Louisiana Rising Stars in Business & Corporate Law.
Trey also has experience in commercial and general litigation, and is admitted to practice in all Louisiana state courts, in federal court in Louisiana. His work has spanned the stages of electronic discovery, dispositive motions, pre-trial motions, writ applications, appeals, and settlements.
Trey’s representative matters also include:
Trey received his J.D. in 2013 from Vanderbilt University Law School, where he participated in the Moot Court Board and served as Secretary of the Vanderbilt Alternative Dispute Resolution Organization from 2011-2012. He earned his B.A.in political science in 2010 from the University of Notre Dame, and he currently serves as the President of the Notre Dame Club of South Louisiana.
In the community, Trey is a member of the board of directors of LSU Theatre's Swine Palace, which puts on professional productions for college students and serves as a training ground for students in LSU's M.F.A. Professional Actor and Technical/Design Training Programs. Trey served as Chairman of the 2018 Baton Rouge Bar Association Belly Up to the Bar Committee, and in recognition of his service, received a BRBA President's Award. The annual BRBA fundraiser cook-off competition among law firms raises money for Youth Education programs, including Teen Court, the High School Mock Trial competition, Law Day, Lawyer in the Classroom and the Junior Partners Academy.
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