Theresa Wardon represents clients in complex commercial, class action, and product liability matters before federal and state courts nationwide. She focuses on defense of product manufacturers in personal injury and consumer class action lawsuits.
In 2015, Theresa joined the trial team that won a defense verdict for Michelin in a $20 million product liability trial in Arizona. Just prior to that, Theresa briefed and argued a winning appeal for Ford before the Colorado Court of Appeals, leading to a clarification in Colorado law involving jury instructions in product defect trials. In 2014, she participated on the trial team that won a defense verdict for Whirlpool in a $66 million federal certified class action jury trial in Ohio.
Additionally, Theresa has dedicated pro bono legal representation to immigrants facing unjust prosecution by the U.S. government. She sits on the governing board of The Gathering Place, Denver’s only daytime shelter for women, children, and transgender individuals experiencing poverty. Before joining the firm, Theresa served as law clerk to The Honorable Neil M. Gorsuch, then of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
Denver Business Journal
40 Under 40, 2016
Colorado Rising Stars
Civil Litigation Defense, 2012-2017
Law Week Colorado
Top Litigators, 2016
Up-and-Coming Lawyers, 2012
Judge William E. Doyle American Inn of Court
Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell Recruiting Committee
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