Otis Bedingfield & Peters announced Tuesday the promotion of attorney Timothy Odil to equity member. Odil is a key member of the firm’s litigation team. His practice focuses on disputes among private
Odil is a key member of the firm’s litigation team. His practice focuses on disputes among private parties as well as disputes with local, state, or federal government agencies. He handles complex business litigation and appeals, government and commercial contract disputes, regulatory compliance, licensing disputes, and rulemaking issues, as well as employment law matters.
Odil was recognized as a Colorado Lawyer of the Year in 2014 by Law Week Colorado. The honor was in recognition of Odil’s superior work in both the trial court and the appellate court. Tim was selected as an honoree in the 2015 BizWest 40 Under Forty Leaders Honor Roll program, voted one of Business Connect’s 2016 Top 20 Under 40 and Tim has also been recognized several times as a Colorado Rising Star by Law & Politics. He is a former board member of Rebuilding Together Metro Denver.
Odil received his law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, and received his undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University. Odil began his legal career as a law clerk in the Weld County Courts, where he clerked for District Court judges J. Robert Lowenbach and Daniel Maus.