Eric Limegrover

About Me

Trial Attorney, Writer, Geek.
Eric B. Limegrover

I'm Eric B. Limegrover

Born and raised in Miami Florida, I am a transplant to the Rocky Mountain region. Before meeting my wife, I hadn't seen snow in almost 28 years. Even after winters where I've now experienced several feet of snow, I still love it and feel like a child with the magic of winter. Mind you, I like it a bit less when chore time comes around, but I wouldn't give it up for the humidity of Florida for anything.

I'm an attorney with a past background of web and software development. I've done everything from management of information systems to argument before state supreme courts. I'm a tough litigator with a tenacity that has earned the respect of my colleagues and clients.

I became a lawyer because it was inevitable - I was always one to argue an issue, nit pick specific points, or the first to stand up for what I believed to be right. I wanted to fight for the rights of those needing help. I strive for justice, equality, and to stand up for those who would otherwise not have a voice.

Becoming a lawyer and appearing before numerous courts has been my highest honor. I strive to excel and achieve the best outcome for my client. Their causes are mine.

I'm not only a litigator. I'm a legal writer who believes in an easy to understand legal argument using normal, straightforward english. In law school and in the years following, I realized the importance of clean and concise legal writing and idolized the legal prose of Antonin Scalia and Brian Garner.

While dedicated to the practice of law, I have other pursuits. I'm a geek thrilled with the newest technology and a gear-head enamored with the working on my cars, internal combustion engines, and enjoying the thrill of curvy mountain roads.

During COVID, I discovered I could practice from a remote location. A dream opportunity presented itself, and my wife and I realized our dream  moving to the mountains of Montana. While I live out of state, I frequently travel back to the beautiful state of Colorado for trial.


Attorney. Developer. Graphic Designer.

Professional Experience

October 2020 to Present
The Harris Law Firm

Attorney and Counselor at Law

Respected and tough litigator with a reputation for tenacity and knowledge of the law.

  • Represent clients in family law matters ranging from pre- and post judgment issues.
  • Allocation of of parental responsibilities, child support, interstate and international custody, step-parent adoption, dependency and neglect, show cause and enforcement matters
  • Petitions for magistrate review, and all levels of appellate work.
  • Practice ranges from high asset dissolutions to tangential family law criminal practice.
January 2018 to October 2020
Cordell & Cordell, LLP

Litigation Attorney

Maintained a caseload of highly contested family law matters in the Denver Office of Cordell and Cordell, a national domestic firm with 100 offices across 36 states.

  • Oversaw matters relating to Dissolution, Child Custody and Support from the intake stage through permanent orders including, but not limited to reviewing and analyzing financial documents, drafting, filing pleadings, implementing discovery plans and conducting discovery and working though, and all aspects of pre-trial litigation.
  • Conducted settlement conferences, emergency hearings, restriction hearings, protection order, contempt, and temporary and permanent orders hearings.
July 2018 to December 2019
Pearson & Paris, P.C.

Associate Attorney

Represented clients seeking criminal defense and maintained active civil litigation practice.

  • Defended clients charged with felony and misdemeanor offenses and negotiated favorable plea deals or took the matter to trial.
  • Managed civil caseload such as contract disputes and managed the case from prelitigation demand letters through trial or through mediation and successfully resolved the matter in an amenable manner to the client. Negotiated favorable settlements or went to trial.
  • Oversaw Intellectual Property practice and worked on copyright related matters.
April 2016 to July 2018
Gordon Melun Maton, LLC


Led transactional practice and represented individuals in civil litigation and criminal defense matters.

  • Advised business clients on entity formation, governance, and dissolution. Negotiated, drafted, and interpreted contracts, licensing, trademark, complex technology, and SaaS agreements. Resolved contractual issues, developed contracts, terms of use, and privacy agreements.
  • Represented plaintiffs and defendants in civil matters from intake through trial at both the state and federal level.
  • Provided criminal defense representation to those charged with felony and misdemeanors.
December 2015 to April 2016
Miller Cohen Peterson Young, P.C.


Managed cases from pre-suit to judgement in a commercial litigation firm dedicated to areas of business and commercial law, civil litigation, collections, creditors’ rights, construction law, contract, and judgment enforcement.

2009 to 2016
Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center

Research Scientist

The Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center is a non-profit, non-partisan research organization providing customized research services such as information technology services, applied social research, scientific polling, and rigorous program evaluation, on policy issues for both public and private clients.

  • Developed software and web applications, managed hardware, oversaw licensing agreements, ensured adherence to terms of service. Drafted center’s HIPAA,  HITECH-compliance and privacy policies.
  • Developed the Wyoming Drug Court Supervised Treatment Information Management System (WyCST), an online software application designed to assist drug courts manage data, workflow, and generate comprehensive reports for state-level oversight.
2001 to 2009
Florida Center for Reading Research

Research Scientist

Assistant Research scientist at FCRR, a multidisciplinary research center focused on child literacy and early development for pre-K through 12th grade children, operating in a politically charged atmosphere subject to government, media, and public scrutiny.


2011 to 2014
University of Wyoming College of Law

Juris Doctorate

Academics, Competitions, and Student Leadership

  • Hirst Applegate Trial competition, Client Counseling competition, Voir Dire, and Moot Court competitions. Intellectual Property Club, and Faculty Recruitment Committee.

Practical Skills Training

  • Prosecution Assistance Clinic: Briefed cases, appeared and represented the State in the First and Second Districts. Argued before the Wyoming Supreme Court. McGarvey v. State, 2014 WY 66, 325 P.3d 450 (Wyo. 2014).
  • Summer Trial Institute: Graduated from an intensive summer trial skills course led by national litigators.
  • Innocence Project: Reviewed cases, testimony, evidence, and drafted pleadings.
2004 to 2008
Florida State University

Bachelor of Science

Major: Political Science

Minors: Psychology and Computer Science.

Bar Admissions




US District Court, District of Colorado




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