Trevor is a first-chair trial lawyer with more than two decades of experience litigating high-stakes commercial disputes in state and federal courts across the country, as well as in arbitration proceedings. Trevor has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of disputes with an emphasis on commercial torts, professional negligence, and breach of contract. Trevor has also briefed and argued appeals in the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the D.C., Second, and Ninth Circuits, as well as the New York Court of Appeals, the New York Appellate Division, the Supreme Court of Missouri, the Missouri Court of Appeals, the Maryland Court of Appeals, and the Virginia Supreme Court.

Before co-founding Glenn Agre Bergman & Fuentes, Trevor was a partner of Kasowitz Benson Torres and an associate at Seward & Kissel.

Trevor has represented:

  • Lenders of $725 million to SunEdison, once the world’s largest renewable energy company, in actions against KPMG for misrepresentation of internal controls over financial reporting, and Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. for fraudulent inducement.
  • MF Global, a commodities brokerage firm, in a $3 billion accounting malpractice action against PwC, which settled dramatically mid-trial in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
  • A multinational utility in an arbitration against a consulting firm to recover $1 billion in business disruption and financial losses caused by its failed implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning software.
  • A manufacturer of generic pharmaceuticals, in the first “virtual” trial in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey in a Hatch-Waxman challenge to the validity of patents on anti-diabetes drugs.
  • A private equity firm in an arbitration against a top-ten accounting firm for professional malpractice in performing a quality of earnings analysis that directly translated into a massive overpayment for the medical practices at issue.
  • A travel company in a $100 million action against a multinational bank for misappropriating a travel deal distribution platform.
  • ACA, a bond insurer, in a $120 million fraud action against Goldman Sachs & Co. and its hedge fund client, Paulson & Co., for fraudulently inducing ACA to issue a financial guaranty for Goldman’s notorious Abacus CDO (a transaction featured in Michael Lewis’ “The Big Short”).
  • Fairfax Financial Holdings, a publicly traded company, in a civil RICO action against participants in an illegal short-selling scheme involving defamatory and fraudulent market reports, financial news articles, and internet publications.
  • Minority owners of an overseas sports team in an arbitration against the majority owner over the terms of their governing agreement.
  • The ad hoc committee of shareholders of Hertz Global, Inc., in its Chapter 11 cases. Glenn Agre structured a winning bid for a group of investors in collaboration with Knighthead Capital Management and Certares Management LLC that valued Hertz at $7 billion, offered it a path out of Chapter 11, and gave shareholders what was once thought impossible: $8 per share, marking a positive return on any stock bought after the company’s bankruptcy filing.
  • The Official Committee of Equity Securities Holders of Garrett Motion Inc., a manufacturer of turbochargers, in its Chapter 11 cases. Glenn Agre, on behalf of the equity committee, objected to the debtors’ proposed Chapter 11 plan, which would have left minority shareholders with nearly worthless stock subordinated to billions in obligations to other shareholders. The equity committee’s efforts to guaranty equal treatment to all shareholders resulted in a mediation that led to the negotiation of a consensual Chapter 11 plan, giving minority shareholders significantly enhanced recoveries in the form of the right to receive convertible preferred stock or a cash payout.
  • Based on his experience in high-profile litigation, Trevor co-authored the chapter entitled “Handling The Media During Government Investigations” and contributed substantially to a chapter entitled “Managing Electronic Information During Government Investigations” in the third edition of the acclaimed treatise “Defending Corporations and Individuals in Government Investigations.”


  • Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., cum laude, 1998
  • McGill University, B.A., First Class Honors, 1993


  • State Bar of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York