Eckberg Lammers, P.C. is pleased to announce the election of three new shareholders Patrick Boley, LL.M., Thomas Loonan, and Andrew LeFevour.
“We’re proud to recognize our new shareholders for their dedication to serving communities, individuals and businesses throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin,” said Nick Vivian. “Their achievements demonstrate that together, our firm will continue to create value and help our clients achieve their goals.”
Patrick Boley, LL.M. – Estate Planning, Trust and Probate
Patrick is the lead attorney in our Estate Planning, Trust and Probate group. With more than 23 years of experience, he skillfully takes time to understand clients’ current needs to ensure beneficiaries’ financial and other interests are fully protected. He counsels clients step by step through the process and specializes in strategically determining and drafting a plan that most effectively addresses their unique needs. He obtained his LL.M. (Master of Law) in Taxation and Certificate of Estate Planning from Georgetown University.
Thomas Loonan – Civil Municipal, Business Organization, Commercial Real Estate
Thomas serves as one of the firm’s lead contractual and civil municipal attorneys. Having represented all sides in transaction matters, he handles a wide variety of commercial real estate and municipal law issues assisting clients in driving economic development. Thomas enjoys getting to know his clients and works diligently to build strong relationships to effectively help his clients achieve their goals.
Andrew LeFevour – Director of Government Training and Consulting, Prosecution
Andrew provides law enforcement with educational programs and training, focusing on community, policymaking, enforcement, and investigation as part of our Law Enforcement Training Academy & Education team. He also provides Special Prosecution for agencies on highly complex criminal proceedings throughout Minnesota. Before joining Eckberg Lammers, Andrew served as the Chief Deputy County Attorney for the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office, where he oversaw the daily operations of the criminal division through difficult periods of unrest and management.