Corey has twenty years of experience representing clients in state and federal courts within the United States and in cases abroad. He has handled disputes ranging from the modest to the massive that involved multi-billion-dollar enterprises. Through these experiences he has cultivated relationships with experienced trustees, investors, attorneys, accountants, actuaries, insurance specialists, valuation experts and other professionals to create a successful team.
The primary focus of Corey’s practice involves trust and estate disputes. Recently, he defended a South Dakota sited trust from a foreign creditor claim in a landmark decision for South Dakota asset protection laws. Matter of Cleopatra Cameron Gift Trust, 931 N.W.2d 244 (2019). Corey has been successful in litigating numerous interstate jurisdiction and choice of law disputes, fraudulent conveyances, alter-ego claims, breach of fiduciary duty claims and fraud claims; some of which have been reported in the Wall Street Journal, Panama Papers and other publications.