Trey Bundrick seeks out-of-the-box solutions to support his clients.
Maintaining a diverse practice, Trey handles both trial and appellate matters involving commercial litigation, consumer fraud and bad faith, employment, and financial services. Prior to joining Lightfoot he worked at another Birmingham-area litigation firm. Highlights of Trey’s work include winning summary judgment for a publicly traded company on an employment discrimination claim related to COVID-19, winning summary judgement for a health insurance company on RICO and fraud claims, and securing a defense verdict in a property fraud case.
A skilled legal writer, Trey has been published by both Bloomberg Law and the Birmingham Bar Bulletin. While at the University of Alabama School of Law, Trey sharpened his oral advocacy as a member of the John A. Campbell Moot Court Board. He was a member of the Order of the Coif honor society and served as an articles editor for the Alabama Law Review and the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Team.
Prior to attending law school, Trey was in full-time ministry for eleven years, including four years as an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America. He is a proud board member of The Schaeffer House, a non-profit ministry serving the needs of international students at UAB. When not in the office, you can find Trey taking his two kids on boat rides at the lake or playing fetch with his yellow labs. He and his family are members at Red Mountain Church.