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Cardi, Schulte & Ford LLC
7400 E Crestline Cr. N. Suite 210
At CSF we are dedicated to providing excellent representation to each and every client on each and every matter.
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Timothy M. Schulte practices ...
Timothy M. Schulte practices with an emphasis in civil litigation, construction litigation and professional liability of design professionals.He has extensive experience in insurance defense and often advises clients in contract negotiation and drafting. Mr. Schulte
has made numerous presentations to design professionals on subjects including risk management, contractual protections, negotiation and mediation techniques and mold liability.He is a contributing author of The Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Construction Law. Mr. Schulte received a philosophy degree from the University of Colorado in 1988 and a Juris Doctor from the University of Denver in 1991.He
was admitted to the Colorado Bar
in 1991. Mr. Schulte
has been an active participant in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado program since 1991 and a board member since 1997.
Timothy Schulte: ...
Timothy Schulte: Tim is Counsel with Jackson Kelly, representing architects and engineers in professional liability claims and in contract negotiations.Prior to joining Jackson Kelly in 2003, Tim was a Claims Supervisor with DPIC Companies¹ Denver Claims office.
Timothy Michael Schulte - a Managing Member of Cardi, Schulte & Ford, LLC.
Timothy Michael Schulte
Tim Schulte is a Managing Member of Card, Schulte & Ford, LLC.
practices law with an emphasis in civil litigation, construction litigation and professional liability of design professionals.
has extensive experience in insurance defense and often advises clients in contract negotiation and drafting.
has made numerous presentations to design professionals on many topics including risk management, contractual protections, negotiation and mediation techniques, and mold liability.
He is a contributing author of The Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Construction Law.
Tim received a philosophy degree from the University of Colorado in 1988 and a Juris Doctor from the University of Denver in 1991.
was admitted to the Colorado Bar
Understanding the need to support the community, Tim served on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado for ten years.
is married to Tamara and has two children that keep him involved in their many activities.
For recreation, Tim
is an avid squash player.
Home Attorney Profiles Tim Schulte
has been with the firm since its beginnings in the spring of 2006.
spent roughly the first half of his
life in Germany where he
graduated from the law school of the Georg-August Universität in Göttingen.
After teaching English as a Second Language at Cornell University for several years, he went back to law school, receiving an LL.M. from the College of William & Mary and a J.D. from the University of Richmond.
Since 1997, he has been a trial lawyer in Virginia with a strong focus on all legal aspects of the employment relationship.
Representing mainly employees, Schulte
clients in negotiating employment contracts and benefit packages.
When employment relationships deteriorate, he
clients in grievances or other administrative procedures, for example before the EEOC or the Department of Labor
During a crisis - for example the illness of the employee or the employee's child or other family member - Schulte helps in asserting the employee's rights to medical leave under the FMLA or reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
assists employees who are victims of wrongful termination or unlawful discrimination, by negotiating severance agreements or navigating his
clients' cases through litigation.
Whether in direct negotiations with employers, in administrative proceedings before federal or state agencies, or in litigation in trial or appellate courts, Schulte
aggressively and skillfully looks after his
has been recognized as a Virginia Super Lawyer in Employment & Labor Law (2009-2014).
On behalf of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Colorado and the Colorado Association of Geotechnical Engineers, CSF attorneys Phil Cardi and Tim Schulte filed amicus briefs in the seminal Colorado case BRW, Inc. v. Dufficy and Sons, Inc. 99 P.3d 66 (Colo. 2004), supporting the application of the Economic Loss Rule (a party suffering only economic loss from the breach of an express or implied contractual duty may not assert a tort claim absent an independent duty), to dismiss a steel subcontractor's negligence claim against an engineering firm.