Mr. Schultz’s nationwide practice is focused on insurance, financial services, banking, intellectual property, and business/commercial litigation, including class action defense. Recent significant litigation by Mr. Schultz includes successfully defended to a zero-dollar judgment a breach of contract and defamation action brought by the former CEO of an Italian company’s U.S. subsidiary against the company’s new management.
Cornell University, cum laude, JD in 1996
- Editor, Law Review
University of Texas MA in 1993
Cornell University, cum laude, BA in 1992
State of Texas
Northern District of Texas
Southern District of Texas
Eastern District of Texas
Western District of Texas
Theodore Schultz was born in Dannsville, New York in 1970. He graduated from Cornell University with a degree in history and international relations and obtained his Master of Arts in History from the University of Texas in 1993. He graduated Cornell Law School cum laude in 1996, where he was an editor of the Cornell Law Review.
Theodore began his legal career as a law clerk to Judge Edward C. Prado, United States District Judge for the Western District of Texas. After his clerkship, he became an associate and later counsel at Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, LLP, where he worked in both the litigation and hedge fund groups until joining Lindow Stephens Treat LLP in 2008.