Vince M. Roche
Vince Roche, South Dakota Commercial Litigation Attorney
Vince Roche is a South Dakota Commercial Litigation attorney at Davenport Evans. Vince focuses his practice on commercial litigation, including trusts and estates litigation, class action defense and defending financial institutions. He also has substantial experience representing clients in arbitration and mediation matters arising out of commercial disputes. Prior to joining the firm in 2008, Vince practiced for five years in Chicago with Kirkland & Ellis LLP and Novack & Macey LLP. Since joining the firm, he has obtained dismissal of several multimillion-dollar class action lawsuits against firm clients in both state and federal court.
In addition, Vince has successfully defended a number of lawsuits alleging breach of fiduciary duty and related claims against the trustees of large, multi-generational trusts sitused in South Dakota to take advantage of its favorable trust laws. He has also represented multiple firm clients in complex business disputes in state, federal and appellate courts around the country.
Vince has received an AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®, for the highest level of professional excellence in legal knowledge, communication skills and ethical standards.
In his spare time, Vince enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his wife, Andrea, and their three sons. He is a Vermillion native and a graduate of Augustana University and the University of Virginia School of Law.
- 10th Annual Banking Seminar Grows in New Venue
- Non-Compete Agreements in the Banking Industry
- Roche Named to Augustana University Alumni 40 Under 40
- Using the Tort of Conversion as a Weapon to Chase Collateral
- Nebraska Supreme Court Affirms Dismissal of Lawsuit Against Davenport Evans Clients
- Arbitration Isn’t Always Quickest, Easiest Solution
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