Tim is an Associate in the New York office and practices in the areas of consumer fraud and securities fraud litigation. Tim’s focus is on prosecuting claims of unfair or deceptive trade practices against large commercial entities. Tim has handled a diverse range of civil litigation matters in his career, representing classes of consumers and individuals, at the trial and appellate levels in both federal state courts around the country. Tim’s experience in the consumer fraud space include cases arising from surprise medical billing, underpayment of auto insurance claims, deceptive mortgage banking services, and products liability. In the securities fraud area, Tim represents classes of investors who were harmed by self-dealing and conflicts of interest on the part of corporate officers and executives.
Prior to joining Wolf Popper in 2020, Tim worked in a large New York City legal services organization representing homeowners in residential mortgage foreclosures and suits related to mortgage banking services. Tim also represented renters and tenants’ organizations in landlord-tenant disputes in Manhattan. After he graduated from law school, Tim clerked for a year in a New Jersey criminal court and then became a public defender in Hudson County, New Jersey.
Tim attended Seton Hall University School of Law and graduated in 2012. Tim is a members of the New York City Bar Association and has been a member of the Consumer Affairs Committee since 2018. Tim is admitted to practice in the District Courts of the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York as well as the District of New Jersey.