Mr. Hintzen is the founder of the Hintzen Law Firm and his practice focuses on employment law on both the plaintiff and defense side, business litigation and transactional matters, real estate litigation, and immigration matters for both immigrants and nonimmigrant visas. In 2017 and 2018, Mr. Hintzen successfully represented plaintiffs in these areas and acquired over $800,000 in judgments and settlements in D.C. Superior Court and Federal District Court for the District of Columbia. Mr. Hintzen also successfully defended business clients in employment, partnership dispute and litigation related matters. Mr. Hintzen was named a Top 100 Lawyer in the District of Columbia in 2017 and 2018 by the National Black Lawyers.
Mr. Hintzen is a passionate advocate, advisor, litigator, skilled negotiator and has used these skills to counsel business clients regarding transactional matters and employment disputes. Mr. Hintzen has successfully dismissed cases against clients, obtained summary judgments, negotiated contracts, obtained arbitration awards, obtained settlements through mediation and negotiated settlement agreements on behalf of clients. He brings over ten years of experience and a client focused approach to the Hintzen Law Firm.
Prior to founding the Hintzen Law Firm, Mr. Hintzen was a Partner at the Franklin Square Law Group focusing on employment law, business litigation and real estate matters. Additionally, Mr. Hintzen practiced at O’Melveny & Myers for five years which represents a broad spectrum of Fortune 500 companies in antitrust and securities matters.
Mr. Hintzen earned his joint Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration degrees from Golden Gate University School of Law and School of Business. In law school, he received a CALI award in Appellate Advocacy and also won the Appellate Advocacy oral argument competition. In business school, Mr. Hintzen’s focus was strategic marketing. Prior to law school, Mr. Hintzen earned a Bachelor of Arts in American History from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Mr. Hintzen is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.