Timothy Hill is an accomplished litigator with particular experience in commercial and property/land use litigation, municipal law, civil rights, constitutional law, as well as the representation of design professionals and construction law generally. He is involved in all phases of litigation from inception through trial and appeal in both the state and federal courts. Tim has successfully written and argued numerous appeals, including in the New York Court of Appeals and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Mr. Hill has represented many of Long Island’s municipal governments in complex cases involving constitutional and civil rights, as well as land use and regulatory issues. Mr. Hill has also secured repeated victories at the trial and appellate levels on behalf of Zoning Boards of Appeals in cases where land use determinations have been challenged. He has likewise handled many cases for private clients in order to advance and protect their business and real property interests.
Complimenting his practice in property litigation, Tim has over a decade of experience in representing architects, engineers, land surveyors and other design professionals in professional liability matters or construction litigation.
Mr. Hill graduated with honors from St. John's University School of Law, where he served as Notes and Comments Editor of the St. John's Journal of Legal Commentary. Mr. Hill is a graduate of Skidmore College and holds a Master's Degree in Literature.