Tim Hartman is a Maryland native who concentrates his litigation practice in workers’ compensation and employers’ liability. Before joining Franklin and Prokopik, Tim worked for the Small Business Administration’s Office of Disaster Assistance, providing COVID-19 relief for business owners across the country through both the EIDL and SVOG programs. Tim led a 100-person team, providing guidance on corporate legal issues and ensuring efficient disbursement of federal relief funds.
During his time at George Washington University Law School, Tim was a member of the Federal Communications Law Journal, authoring a Journal Note on the regulation of self-driving cars. Tim was also a part of the Sports and Entertainment Law Club and a board member of the Banking and Securities Law Association. Following his first year of law school, Tim interned for the Honorable Judge Day at the United States District Court in Greenbelt.
Tim is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association. He is passionate about both D.C. and Florida State University athletics. When he is not in the office, Tim enjoys playing tennis and hiking with his fiancé and their dog, Thunder.