Tim’s practice focuses on complex environmental and products liability litigation. He currently spends most of his time representing public entities (including state governments, and the largest groundwater-only water supplier in the United States) against manufacturers and distributors of products containing toxic chemicals that have contaminated drinking water and other natural resources. He also works on environmental justice matters.
Before joining Hausfeld, Tim clerked for Justice Solomon of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, and practiced labor and employment law at a global law firm where he had the opportunity to represent a class of blind pedestrians in an action against the City of Chicago under the Americans with Disabilities Act for the City’s failure to ensure the accessibility of pedestrian signals.
Tim also has experience in human rights, such as when he filed a petition to the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention on behalf of a Tajik anti-corruption activist who had been imprisoned and tortured for criticizing the government on social media platforms.
Working towards a diverse, equitable, and inclusive world is paramount to Tim who is an active member of our Racial Justice working group.
Tim has represented utility companies, sports leagues, news media companies, universities, financial institutions, and entertainment industry clients. He has also represented individuals in class and individual actions.
Temple University, Beasley School of Law, JD, 2019
The New School for Social Research, MA in Philosophy, 2016
Skidmore College, BA in Philosophy, 2014
U.S. District Court - Eastern District of New York (pro hac vice)
U.S. District Court - Northern District of Illinois (pro hac vice)
Member, American Bar Association - Antitrust Section and Environment, Energy, and Resources (SEER) (2022)
Member, New York City Bar Association (2022)
Adirondack Mountain Club, Northville-Placid Trail Chapter, Board (Treasurer)
- “How to Handle Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Investigations,” Practicing Law Institute, Co-authored with Edward Young and Jurate Schwartz
- “A Dozen Years of Pyett: A Win for Unionized Workplace Dispute Resolution,” ABA Journal of Labor & Employment Law (2022), Co-authored with Paul Salvatore
- “The Third Restatement and the Jurisprudential Evolution of Duty: Tracking the “Duty War” in Palsfraf and Beyond (with a Focus on Influence of H.L.A. Hart),” Drexel Law Review (2020), Author
- “The International Criminal Court is Legitimate Enough to Deserve Support: A Reply to Prof. Buchanan,” Temple International & Comparative Law Journal (2019), Co-authored with Prof. Margaret M. deGuzman
- “Politics and the Tortured Political Question of Human Dignity: Maintaining the Separation of Powers in Times of Emergency,” Temple Law Review (2019), Author
- Proskauer Secures Class Certification for Visually Impaired Chicagoans, Proskauer For Good (2022), Co-authored with Nigel F. Telman and Edward Young
- NLRB General Counsel Announces Commitment to Inter-Agency Coordination, Labor Relations Update (2022), Co-authored with Steven Porzio and Joshua Fox
- NLRB Plans to Revise Joint Employer Standard Once Again, Labor Relations Update (2021), Co-authored with Mark Theodore and Joshua Fox
- BREAKING: Senate Committee Proposes Bill to Add Civil Penalties to NLRA, Labor Relations Update (2021), Co-authored with Joshua Fox
- Here We Go Again: NLRB Foreshadows a Potential Return to Micro-Units, Labor Relations Update (2021), Co-authored with Mark Theodore and Joshua Fox