Tina Amin focuses her practice primarily in the areas of complex civil litigation, class action litigation and employment law. Tina has experience with a wide variety of commercial litigation matters, including property and contract disputes, insurance subrogation, products liability and fraud and deceptive trade practices. In the area of construction law, she has represented contractors, subcontractors and architects in the areas of construction contract disputes, construction defects and mechanic’s liens.
Tina has handled many phases of litigation in state and federal courts, including case evaluation and budgeting, settlement and alternative dispute resolution, discovery, motions practice and arbitrations. She has successfully obtained dismissals for major insurance companies in significant statewide class actions and for employers in the areas of discrimination, harassment and retaliation litigation.
While in law school, Tina served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Michael L. Bender in the Colorado Supreme Court. She also served as Editor of the Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law and participated in mock trial competitions.
Tina is a member of the Colorado and Denver Bar Associations. She is very involved in Denver’s pro bono legal community and is an active committee member for the Colorado Lawyer’s Committee, a nonprofit consortium of Colorado law firms that do high impact pro bono work for children, the poor and other disadvantaged groups.
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