Tim is a Partner at Latitude and founded and leads the company’s Indianapolis office.  A native Hoosier, he joined Latitude after working as a Partner at AmLaw 100 firm Barnes & Thornburg LLP in Indianapolis.  Tim represented Fortune 500 companies, not-for-profits and privately-held businesses ranging from multinationals to family-owned enterprises.

During his 14 years of private practice, Tim advised and represented clients on complex environmental litigation, transactions, and compliance matters. His roles included serving as lead counsel in a successful appeal before the Indiana Supreme Court, serving on the victorious defense trial team in a high-profile federal criminal case, and advising on numerous noteworthy corporate transactions. Tim also regularly advised general counsel on sophisticated environmental compliance matters and handled administrative appeals.

Tim is active in the Indianapolis civic community. His community leadership roles include service as the Fair Chair for the 53rd Annual Penrod Arts Fair® (Indiana’s Nicest Day®), one of the largest single-day art fairs in the world. Additionally, Tim co-created and led The Penrod Society’s first “Magic in the Making” event with the Stutz Artists Association, and is a former President of the Board of the Friends of Indianapolis Animal Care Services Foundation.  You might also catch him coaching little league at Broad Ripple Haverford, or high school swimmers at Center Grove.

Tim earned his J.D. from Indiana University’s Mauer School of Law. He earned an M.P.A. from IU’s O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs in Bloomington, and his B.A., from North Carolina State University, where he was captain of the swim team, All-ACC and a U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier.

Tim and his wife Kären live in Butler-Tarkington.  They have three children and a three-legged cat named Wolf.