With a background in the nuclear power industry, Timothy P. Matthews represents and counsels electric utilities, nuclear industry suppliers, and other licensees before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the Department of Labor (DOL), and other regulatory agencies, and in US federal courts. He counsels clients in investigations, discrimination allegations, and regulatory compliance matters. He also advises on matters related to new nuclear plant development, electric utility industry restructuring, and complex disputes including mediation, arbitration, and litigation in US state and federal courts.
Tim played a significant role in the complex litigation and arbitration that followed outages at the Millstone, Connecticut, and Davis-Besse nuclear power plants. He also counsels clients in investigations, discrimination allegations, and regulatory compliance matters.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Tim worked as a project manager with the Nuclear Management and Resources Council (NUMARC) in Washington, DC, and as congressional liaison with the Office of the Secretary of the Navy. In the US Navy, he served as a nuclear-trained officer, including on nuclear-powered warships as chief engineer.
The George Washington University Law School, 1994, J.D.
U.S. Naval Academy, 1983, B.S.M.E.
District of Columbia
Awards and Affiliations
Member, Law Firm of the Year, Energy/Projects: Power (including Renewables), Chambers USA (2018)
Member, Practice Group of the Year, Energy, Law360 (2016)
Member, Energy Law Firm of the Year, US News & World Report/Best Lawyers (2015)
Ranked, Energy: Nuclear (Regulatory & Litigation), Nationwide, Chambers USA (2018)
Ranked, Energy: Nuclear (Regulatory & Litigation), USA, Chambers Global (2016–2018)
Recognized, BTI Client Service All-Star (2016)
Ranked, Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business (2016, 2017)
Ranked, International Who’s Who Legal for Energy Lawyers (2013–2017)
Past Chair, Nuclear Regulation Committee, Energy Bar Association
Recommended, Industry focus - Energy - regulatory - conventional power, The Legal 500 US (2017)