Tim Cullen is regularly called on to lead teams and present cases in the most complicated commercial matters, including antitrust (for both plaintiffs and defendants), contract, trade secret, and shareholder disputes. He has tried federal and state jury cases, argued federal appeals, and been lead counsel in U.S. and international arbitrations.
Both in court and in front of arbitration panels, Tim has led cases involving cross-border mergers, joint ventures, licensing agreements, takeover contests, and international trade disputes, arising out of London, Paris, Saudi Arabia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Russia, and various parts of Asia.
Tim has been involved in Jones Day's international efforts since the 1980s when he worked on defense of the General Motors/Toyota joint venture and the Gillette-Wilkinson merger, prosecution of Texas Instruments' patent rights, and participated in Jones Day's efforts to develop its offices in London, Paris, and Germany.
For more than 15 years, Tim has been an active member of the Center for Public Resources, a leading group of corporate and firm lawyers focused on alternative dispute resolution, and developed a broad sensitivity to where and how mediation or other alternative procedures are the best way to serve the client.
Jones Day, through Tim and others, has working relations with all of the major arbitration centers throughout the world and with various mediation centers and educational efforts, particularly in China.
Australia's Highest Court Applies the Hand Brake to Arbitration: Inadequate Reasons Render Award Invalid
- January 29, 2014
Boston College Law’s Global Practice Forum: The Role of Lawyers in the Globalization of the Law
- December 5, 2013
Young Arbitrators Forum
- April 17-21, 2012
Jones Day Sponsors the ABA Section of International Law Spring Meeting in New York
- Harvard University (J.D. magna cum laude 1974; Editor, Law Review; B.A. magna cum laude 1971)
- District of Columbia and Massachusetts
Member, American College of Trial Lawyers (an honor given to fewer than one percent of active trial lawyers)
Recognized by the Legal Times as one of D.C.'s Top Ten Commercial Litigators
Named nationally as a BTI Client Services All-Star MVP two years in a row
- Law Clerk to Judge Harrison L. Winter, United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit (1974 term)