Tim Mcilwain is a nationally known civil trial lawyer who prides himself in pursuing justice and protecting the rights of individuals who have been injured, wronged, and/or have fallen victim to corporate and government injustice. He uses techniques learned at the Trial Lawyers College.
Tim Mcilwain has been, and continues to be involved in, some of the most defining legal cases in our history.(Listen NPR)
He put sports medicine on trial against Comcast Corporation’s Philadelphia Flyers’ Dr. Arthur Bartolozzi, returning a jury verdict worth 2.6 million dollars.
Even more recently, Tim Mcilwain created the theory of liability. He was the first to file a cause of action against video game giant EA Sports on behalf of athletes such as legendary hall of fame running back Jim Brown and NCAA college athletes for using their image and likeness. (Read more from NY Times, When It May Not Pay to Be Famous)
In doing so, he has gained the support of the Screen Actors Guild, NFL, NHL, NBA and MLBPA and was featured on Fox Business™ Varney & Company. (Watch Tim on Fox News) A $40 Million dollar settlement was reached for the players and awaiting court approval. (Read more).
Tim McIlwain’s exceptional jury trial results earned him certification as a lifetime member in both the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States. Membership is limited to attorneys who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. Fewer than 1% of U.S. lawyers are members.
“The day our country stops operating under a jury system, is the day I stop being a lawyer.”
Tim Mcilwain, Esquire.