Timothy Gordon helps developers, contractors, and commercial real estate clients achieve optimal outcomes when planning projects and facing complex disputes. Tim understands the interrelationship of real estate development, project construction, and long-term property management, and uses this knowledge when representing clients in litigation and arbitration.
Tim also assists his clients avoid disputes by drafting construction and design contracts and related project documents that appropriately apportion risk and protect his clients’ interests. In addition, Tim regularly helps his clients address and resolve disputes before they ripen into lawsuits.
Since June 2006, Tim has been author of Construction Law in Colorado, a useful blog that discusses key cases and developments in this sector. He is also co-managing editor of The Practitioner’s Guide to Colorado Construction Law, and is a regular lecturer on various construction and real estate topics.
In addition to drafting and negotiating construction-related contracts and documents, Tim prepares, defends, and litigates construction claims on behalf of both contractors and owners, including:
- Delay claims
- Differing site conditions claims
- Change order disputes
- Termination claims
Tim represents real estate developers and property owners in a wide range of real estate disputes, including:
- Commercial and retail landlord/tenant and lease disputes
- Unlawful detainer actions
- Condemnation/eminent domain actions
- Quiet title and judicial foreclosure actions
- University of Denver College of Law, J.D., 1996
- California State University, Northridge, B.A., 1993
Professional and Civic Affiliations:
- Associated General Contractors of Colorado, Legal Advisory Committee, Member
- Colorado Bar Association, Construction Law Section, Member and Past Chair
- American Bar Association, Forum on the Construction Industry, Member
- Colorado High School Mock Trial, Volunteer Attorney Coach, 2007-present
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