Jennifer A. Tiedeken | associate

303-534-9000
jtiedeken@davisandceriani.com

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Jennifer A. Tiedeken
Jennifer Tiedeken was born and raised in Cheyenne, Wyoming. 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 licensed to practice in both Colorado and Wyoming. She joined Davis and Ceriani as an associate in 2011.

Litigation Practice

Ms. Tiedeken is part of Davis & Ceriani’s trial team. Her practice includes securities litigation, employment litigation, complex commercial litigation, and general civil litigation.

Employment Law Practice

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. In addition, Ms. Tiedeken represents both employers and employees in a variety of matters, 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 employers and employees in filing or defending legal claims, including wrongful termination, hostile work environment, harassment, discrimination (gender, age/ADEA, disability/ADA), whistleblower, commission and wage claims. This includes every phase of a dispute, from drafting and responding to demand letters, negotiating settlements of potential claims, filing or defending EEOC charges and prosecuting or defending lawsuits.

Professional Membership and Activities

Ms. Tiedeken has been selected as a Colorado Super Lawyers Rising Star for 2017 and 2018. Ms. 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 Women’s Bar Association and has written articles for the CWBA publication, The Advocate, including I am Starting a Family –What Are My Rights as an Employee? Early Winter 2016-2017.

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