Timothy Jenkins is nationally recognized for his work advising clients on all aspects of political law. He represents leading U.S. companies nationwide on federal, state, and local gift rules, lobbying registration and election law, pay-to-play provisions, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
Tim has more than 30 years' experience representing clients before Congress, presidential administration officials, and federal regulatory agencies. He serves as a lobbyist for prominent trade associations and major corporations, with an emphasis on the financial services, health care, and pharmaceutical industries.
Prior to attending law school, Tim worked as a congressional staffer, serving as an investigator for the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee as well as the Senate Government Affairs Committee. Tim leverages this congressional background along with three decades of legal experience and an extensive network of contacts within Congress, the administration, and the federal government to provide effective, efficient strategic advice to his clients.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Timothy W. Jenkins