Tim was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, but left the Cornhusker state after high school to attend college at the University of Colorado, where he majored in journalism and wrote for the school newspaper. He attended law school at the University of California, Hastings, and earned his J.D. in 1991.
Tim is a shareholder and director at the Pendleton firm whose primary practice involves employment litigation, employer counseling, and commercial litigation. He has represented clients in a wide variety of employment matters including trade secret and non-compete disputes, Fair Labor Standards Act issues, harassment and discrimination claims, wage disputes, and public policy discharge claims. Tim also advises clients on ways to avoid litigation through protective measures such as employment contracts, supervisor manuals, and employee handbooks. He additionally assists clients in drafting and negotiating executive level employment contracts and severance packages, as well as non-compete, confidentiality, and trade secret agreements.
Before starting in private practice, Tim served as a law clerk to Chief Judge Donald P. Lay of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit and Justice Gregory K. Scott of the Supreme Court of Colorado.
Licensed since 1993
Employment work is a difficult field to be in, and Tim takes it all in stride. I had the pleasure of working with Tim on a number of employment matters, and he always puts his clients first and lays out all the options for them. I highly endorse Tim for any employment-related issues you might have.
Ann O'Connell Business Attorney
Relationship: Worked for lawyer
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Colorado Super Lawyer||Colorado Super Lawyers||2009|
|Shareholder, Director, and Chair of Employment Law Practice Area||Pendleton, Friedberg, Wilson & Hennessey, P.C.||1997 - Present|
|Associate||Sparks Willson Brandt Borges & Johnson, P.C.||1994 - 1997|
|Judicial Law Clerk||Supreme Court for the State of Colorado||1993 - 1994|
|Judicial Law Clerk||United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit||1991 - 1992|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Denver Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Colorado Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Colorado Trial Lawyers Association||Member||N/A|
|Colorado Lawyers Committee||Member||N/A|
|State Bar of California||Member||N/A|
|American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Section||Member||N/A|
|American Bar Association, Litigation Section||Member||N/A|
|Metro Denver YMCA Board of Trustees||Board Member||N/A|
|Hallmon v. Advance Stores, Inc., 12-CV-0124 (D.Colo. 2013)||After a week long federal court jury trial, the jury found for the plaintiff and awarded $647,563.15 in damages.|
|Trial Talk||The End of Individual Liability Under the Colorado Wage Act||2003|
|Colorado Journal Employment and Labor Law Supplement||Love, Work, and Laws||1998|
|Hastings College of the Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1991|
|University of Colorado||Journalism||BS - Bachelor of Science||1987|
|Pendleton employment law seminar series||Employee or Independent Contractor? You do not get to decide.||2014|
|Pendleton employment law seminar series||Unemployment Insurance, What you Need to Know||2013|
|Pendleton employment law seminar series||Current developments in employment law including medical marijuana and civil unions||2013|
|El Paso County Bar Association Employment Law Section||Employment at will||1997|