University of Virginia School of Law
JD, 2014

Virginia Environmental Law Journal

Georgetown University
BA, 2009, magna cum laude



Tim McLaughlin


t 617-248-5228   f 617-248-4000

Tim McLaughlin is an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property and Complex Trial and Appellate Litigation Groups.

Prior to law school, Mr. McLaughlin worked at a major international law firm in Washington, D.C.

Practice Focus:

Intellectual Property Litigation: Assists in patent, trade secret, copyright and trademark litigation on behalf of leading corporations, including software companies, hardware developers, and biotechnology companies.

Complex Trial and Appellate Litigation: Represent clients in complex business, employment, and other cases in state and federal courts both in Massachusetts and nationwide.

Representative Engagements:

  • Represented leading technology company  in litigation alleging that client’s competitor directed nationwide conspiracy to misappropriate proprietary information and to solicit customers and employees in violation of restrictive covenants; defended against counterclaims alleging violation of Lanham Act, false advertising, unfair competition, and breach of license agreements.
  • Represented enterprise computing company in lawsuit regarding software development contract with state government.
  • Represented biotechnology client in Patent Trial and Appeal Board inter partes review proceeding.
  • Represented insurance client in litigation regarding Affordable Care Act and related Accountable Care Organizations.  

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