John Schiltz

Susman Godfrey Partner John Schiltz

Schiltz specializes in representing both plaintiffs and defendants in high-stakes commercial litigation. He has extensive litigation experience across state and federal courts as well as arbitrations.

His clients range from global corporations to small businesses and individuals, and he has achieved many notable victories due to his tireless work ethic, litigation acumen, and ability to simplify even complex topics for judges and juries.

Early Life and Education

Early childhood is an incredibly important period in a child’s development as they begin to form their sense of identity and form strong attachments with their parents.

Children need active stimulation and socialization with others to thrive, skills they develop during early childhood education programs.

However, the early education sector faces numerous difficulties. For instance, in America, ECEC systems are highly fragmented and mostly private.

ECEC encompasses a wide range of part-day, full-school-day and workday programs under educational, social welfare and commercial umbrellas. Sometimes there is an emphasis on “care”, while at other times there is greater focus placed on “education”. Despite growing consensus among ECEC scholars and advocates that an integrated approach to ECEC is necessary, these differences remain.

Professional Career

John Schiltz of Susman Godfrey’s high-stakes commercial litigation team in Seattle represents plaintiffs and defendants in multibillion dollar claims across numerous industries. His practice encompasses complex commercial and civil litigation in state, federal courts as well as arbitrations. Recent victories include a $168 million class action settlement for animation industry employees in an antitrust case; additionally, John has represented Expedia in a breach of contract/trade secret misappropriation dispute.

Schiltz is well-known for his expertise in technology-related areas. He frequently speaks at legal conferences and seminars on data privacy, security and protection issues. His research and writing have been featured by publications such as The New York Times, Law360 and Bloomberg.

Achievements and Honors

John Schiltz, one of Susman Godfrey’s Seattle partners, is a lawyer with extensive expertise across various practice areas. His notable accomplishments include reaching a multi-million dollar settlement for an animation industry class in the largest ever antitrust case of its kind and representing major retail companies in high-stakes class action and other types of litigation and disputes of all shapes and sizes. However, John’s proudest achievement is definitely seeing clients’ smiles when they leave his office – something which motivates him every day!

Personal Life

John Schiltz was a hard-working, family-oriented man. He had an immense connection to his community and was always willing to lend a helping hand. John enjoyed sports, car shows, as well as traveling with friends and family.

He had a deep-seated love for animals, owning numerous pets over the years. A proud family man, he will be sorely missed by all his dear ones.

Chef John began his culinary journey at the Lake Elmo Inn (formerly Ben’s Elmo Inn) at 16 years old. There he worked his way up from dishwasher to sous chef and perfected his culinary skills while working at some of America’s premier restaurants. Eventually, in 1983 he purchased the Inn and has been serving its local community ever since.

Net Worth

John Schultz is an American film director, screenwriter, producer and former musician. He was born on September 3, 1960 in Raleigh, North Carolina and currently resides in Los Angeles. His credits include writing the films When Zachary Beaver Came to Town and Bandwagon as well as producing numerous other projects.

Wikipedia, Forbes, IMDb and other online sources estimate his net worth to be between $1-5 million. He makes money as a director and also from selling HPE stock – owning over 4,852 units since 2012 with sales totalling 780,830 units since 2012. On February 21, 2019 alone he sold HPE stock for $12,743,146 USD; this leaves him with $7,279,900 in his bank account as of today.

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