There always seem to be enough open important questions to keep ERISA practitioners operating in some uncertainty. When new legislation or regulatory guidance is not forthcoming, ERISA practitioners only have the Supreme Court and the lower federal courts to look to for assistance. Although the Supreme Court usually takes either zero or one ERISA cases
Tim is the partner in charge of the Atlanta office and a partner in the Labor & Employment practice group. He focuses his practice on litigation and counseling related to employment and employee benefit issues. He defends employers against class action and individual employment claims nationally, and advises them on employment practices and benefit issues. In addition, Tim represents fiduciaries, benefit plans and employers in employee benefits litigation encompassing individual and class action cases throughout the country.