Shareholder Kyle Duren is an experienced litigator known for his resilience and steadfast dedication to his clients. Born and bred on a ranch in the heart of Idaho, Kyle’s agricultural background and upbringing instilled within him a tenacious spirit and an unwavering commitment to toil. The ranch, with its demanding responsibilities and relentless challenges, became the training ground for a life marked by resilience and a thirst for adventure.
After earning his agriculture business degree, Kyle’s journey in law commenced as a “dare” to embark on the path of legal education by those who recognized his innate love for argumentation and advocacy. His inherent competitiveness, first ignited in the rodeo arena as a professional bull rider and now channeled into his legal work, drives his diligent approach toward litigation.
Starting his legal career under the tutelage of District Judge William Hart from 1996 to 1998, Kyle spent twenty fruitful years in general practice honing his skills as a trial lawyer with three different firms in Boise. In 2019, he joined E&B as Of Counsel, and quickly ascended to Shareholder through his persistent dedication.
Kyle’s practice concentrates on civil defense, primarily motor vehicle accidents, premises liability, malpractice, construction defect, product liability, property damage, extra-contractual/bad faith, agricultural/crop loss, and general litigation, including mediation and alternative dispute resolution. As a Certified Professional Mediator and Small Lawsuit Evaluator for all civil cases, he melds litigation expertise with skills in conflict resolution.
Specializing in serving the insurance industry, specifically motor vehicle & trucking accidents, and medical malpractice defense, Kyle’s notable clients encompass significant carriers throughout the United States. He is licensed to practice in Idaho, Washington, and Utah offering his clientele comprehensive, cross-border legal counsel.
When not advocating for his clients, Kyle is an outdoorsman at heart, enjoying the Idaho wilderness, cherishing his ranching roots, raising competition-caliber rodeo animals, and nurturing his ties to the local ranching community.
Most of all, Kyle prioritizes time with his family. Whether it’s hiking, hunting, and fishing with his wife and two sons, visiting his daughter at college, or watching his sons play sports, he is the happiest enjoying time with family and friends.