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Diserio Martin
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Timothy P. Moylan

PARTNER

Practice Areas

  • Employment Litigation

  • Employment Policies and Practices

  • Non-Competes, Restrictive Covenants and Trade Secret Protection

  • Employment

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

  • Business Disputes and Commercial Litigation

  • Construction Litigation

  • Employment Law

  • Foreclosure and Loan Workouts

  • Insurance Coverage, Risk Management and Risk Avoidance

  • Product Liability and Mass Tort Claims

  • Professional Liability

  • Real Estates and Title Insurance Disputes

Admissions

 

  • Connecticut, 2008

  • U.S. Federal District Court, District of Connecticut

Tim Moylan is a Partner in the Litigation Practice Group.

Tim practices in the area of commercial and civil litigation. Tim has represented individuals and entities in state and federal court at both the trial and appellate level in a variety of matters including, title disputes, commercial foreclosures, real estate litigation, commercial lease disputes, insurance coverage disputes and employment litigation. He also represents clients in alternative dispute resolution forums such as arbitration and mediation.

Tim is also active in the local bar association, serving on the Board of Directors since 2015 and serving as Committee Co-Chair of the Young Lawyers Section of the Fairfield County Bar since 2010. Tim also serves as a volunteer attorney at the Stamford Courthouse, assisting self-represented parties with the foreclosure process.

Prior to joining Diserio Martin, Tim worked for the Connecticut Judicial Branch as a law clerk in legal research.

Representative Matters

  • Hammond v. Miller, Superior Court, judicial district of Stamford, 2012 WL 4122977 (Mottolese, J.T.R., August 27, 2012) (54 Conn. L. Rptr. 629) (Obtained judgment after trial including liquidated damages and attorney’s fees for seller after buyer defaulted under terms of Residential Real Estate Contract)

  • Romano v. Marvin, Superior Court, judicial district of Stamford, 2014 WL 660616 (Jennings, J.T.R., January 27, 2014) (57 Conn. L. Rptr. 533) (Successfully struck Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act claim alleging deceptive security practices)

  • Parker v. Knauf, Superior Court, judicial district of Stamford, 2010 WL 1375564 (Brazzell-Massaro, J., March 3, 2010) (Obtained judgment after trial including liquidated damages and attorney’s fees for seller after buyer defaulted under terms of Residential Real Estate Contract)

  • Snow v. Dari-Farms Ice Cream Co., Inc., judicial district of Fairfield, 2013 WL 1010669 (Sommer, J., February 13, 2013) (Obtained summary judgment for employer in employment discrimination case where employee claimed he was terminated based on his religion)

  • Hamel v. Hamel, judicial district of Danbury, 2016 WL_____________ (Truglia, J., June 15, 2016) (Successfully defended a quiet title action and obtained judgment of reformation and declaratory judgment against Plaintiffs who brought action to invalidate a mortgage)

Education

  • Quinnipiac University, B.A., English, cum laude, 2004

  • Quinnipiac University, B.A., Legal Studies, cum laude, 2004

  • Quinnipiac University School of Law, J.D., Magna cum laude, 2007

Honors

  • Quinnipiac University School of Law

  • Probate Law Journal

  • Honors: Distinguished Academic Achievement Award – Civil Procedure, 2004

  • Honors: Phi Delta Phi Honor Society