University of Virginia School of Law
JD, 2014

Virginia Environmental Law Journal

Georgetown University
BA, 2009, magna cum laude



Practice Areas

Tim McLaughlin


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Tim McLaughlin participated in the firm’s summer associate program in 2013.

Mr. McLaughlin graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he served as an editor on the Virginia Environmental Law Journal.  In the summer between his first and second year of law school, Mr. McLaughlin volunteered at the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia in its Felony Major Crimes Division.  During his second and third year of law school, he worked as a research assistant for Professor Brandon Garrett and analyzed white collar crime investigations.

Prior to law school, he worked at a major international law firm in Washington, DC.

Practice Focus

Litigation:  assists in representation of leading corporations and financial institutions in complex commercial litigation.

Government Enforcement and Compliance:  represents corporations, organizations and individuals in complex government investigations, internal investigations and False Claims Act litigation.

Representative Engagements

  • Drafted research memorandum regarding money laundering and financial institutions.
  • Prepared research memorandum analyzing duty to disclose and anti-reliance provisions under Delaware law.
  • Assisted foreign Kingdom in enforcing sovereign immunity rights and rights in national property.

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