Tanya A.

Tanya A. Sevy

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As a member of the Trial Section, Tanya focuses her practice on general commercial litigation. She handles all aspects of a case starting from initial assessment, discovery and depositions, through trial and everything in between. Tanya has experience defending discrimination and Section 1983 actions, negligence claims involving personal injury and property damage, and cases involving breaches of contract and business disputes.

Prior to joining Moye White, Tanya worked at a regional firm where she obtained experience in a wide variety of areas, including employment litigation. Additionally, she clerked for the Honorable Ross B.H. Buchanan in Denver District Court.  

Tanya is an active hunter/jumper equestrian and an amateur ballet dancer. She also runs recreationally and occasionally participates in races.

Representative Matters
  • Obtained summary judgment for school district in case brought by former employee alleging gender discrimination and retaliation.
  • Represented financing company in case involving a breach of promissory note by a cannabis extraction company and obtained favorable settlement.
  • Won summary judgment on negligence claims brought by passenger who alleged significant injuries after an airplane landing.
  • Obtained summary judgment in favor of hotel management company in case involving claims of racial discrimination and retaliation by former employee.
Publications and Articles

Effects of House Bill 1367 on Discrimination Claims in Colorado
Law Week Colorado, August 2022

2021 Changes to Date and More to Come in Employment Law
ColoradoBiz, September 2021

Using Waivers of Liability to Protect Your Business During COVID
Colorado Bar Association Business Law Section Newsletter, May 2020

Speaking Engagements and Presentations

“Legal Writing”
Litigation Nuts & Bolts CLE, April 2018