Jennifer A. Tiedeken | associate
Jennifer Tiedeken was born and raised in
Cheyenne, WY. She graduated cum laude from Colorado
State University with a B.A. in English and a
teaching certificate in Secondary English Education.
Ms. Tiedeken received her J.D. from the University
of Denver Sturm College of Law and was inducted into
the Order of St. Ives.
Ms. Tiedeken is a member of both the Colorado and
Wyoming Bar. She joined Davis and Ceriani, P.C. as
an associate in 2011.
Ms. Tiedeken is part of Davis & Ceriani, P.C.ís
trial team. Her practice includes securities
litigation, employment litigation, complex
commercial litigation, and general civil litigation.
Employment Law Practice
Ms. Tiedeken advises employers and employees
regarding many areas of the employment relationship.
Ms. Tiedeken aids employers in drafting and revising
employee handbooks, conducting workplace
investigations, general advice and counseling
regarding the employment relationship, and prepares
harassment and workplace sensitivity training.
Ms. Tiedeken represents both employers and employees
in negotiating, drafting, and counseling the various
aspects of the employment relationship, including
employment contracts, non-compete and
non-solicitation agreements, and severance
agreements. When these agreements are terminated or
challenged, Ms. Tiedeken is able to assist.
Ms. Tiedeken also advises employees and employers
regarding filing or defending potential legal
claims, including wrongful termination, hostile work
environment, harassment, discrimination (gender,
age/ADEA, disability/ADA), whistleblower, commission
disputes, and wage claims. This includes everything
from drafting and responding to demand letters,
negotiating settlements of potential claims, filing
EEOC charges and prosecuting or defending lawsuits.
Professional Membership and Activities
Tiedeken serves as a mentor for the University of
Denver Professional Mentoring Program. Ms. Tiedeken
is a member of the Wyoming Bar Association, the
Colorado Bar Association and the Colorado Womenís