Timothy Maxwell counsels clients on a range of US and international business law matters, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions. Clients also turn to Tim for guidance when facing unusual or unprecedented issues. His practice encompasses advising companies on other commercial matters, including financing, corporate governance, and joint ventures. A significant amount of his work focuses on transactions for life sciences companies, particularly those involving pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
As part of his practice, Tim advised the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania on commercial matters. He counseled creditors who were seeking to seize the Boeing 757 used by the president of a foreign sovereign. He also worked on a consortium’s bid to lease and operate the Pennsylvania Turnpike for 75 years.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Tim served as special assistant to US Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan and as a professional staff member of the US Senate Budget Committee.
University of Pennsylvania, 1978, B.A.
University of Pennsylvania, 1978, M.A.
University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1984, J.D.
Awards and Affiliations
Recognized, Corporate Law, Philadelphia, The Best Lawyers in America (2008–2015, 2017–2019)
Highly Recommended, Corporate M&A, PLC Which Lawyer? Yearbook (2006–2009)