Tim represents clients in complex litigation, investigations, and appeals, with an emphasis on the public sector, including political and election law and ethics investigations. He assists clients in all phases of high-stakes, sensitive litigation and investigations, from prelitigation advice, pleadings, motions practice, and discovery, through trial and appeal. He has advocated for his clients from appearing in discovery court to briefing the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and federal appellate court.
In political and election law matters, Tim is the person who can help a principal in government and politics accomplish his or her goals. Tim has worked in government and politics at the state and federal levels, on campaigns and in government, and in the executive, legislative, and judicial branches. He is also involved outside of work in his community, serving as a committeeperson, poll watcher, and political committee treasurer. Because of his intimate knowledge of the political environment, Tim gives political as well as legal advice. Representative matters include constitutional litigation in state and federal court, nomination petition challenges and defenses, and campaign finance and public ethics investigations.
Prior to joining the firm, Tim served as a law clerk to the Honorable Timothy J. Savage on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. He also worked as an associate in a Washington, D.C. law firm where he focused on litigation and investigations in international trade and a Philadelphia law firm where he practiced commercial litigation and election law. During law school, Tim served as executive editor on the Michigan Law Review.