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Timothy Lynch

President
Offit Kurman

Timothy Lynch sees the pandemic as an opportunity for legal businesses to innovate. 

“While technology changes were driving the ability to work and conduct business remotely, the fact that clients and law firms adapted so quickly made the disruption in law firm business model short-lived,’ Lynch said. “It also forced many law firms to rethink what was an essential cost, and as a result, the firms that adapted are seeing growth in revenue and profits not seen in decades.” 

All firms need to adapt quickly or face extinction from competitors such as LegalZoom, UnitedLex or even just a Google search that ended the monopoly many lawyers had on areas of legal knowledge. 

Lynch’s father was an attorney who told him that a good lawyer should be like a bridge to solve problems. At Offit Kurman, Lynch has managed daily operations and strategic planning. Previously, he chaired the firm’s Commercial Litigation Practice group. 

He has a national practice offering general counsel and special litigation counsel for many entrepreneurs, as well as owner-managed businesses and their owners. 

Lynch serves as board counsel and general counsel to the Washington Area New Auto Dealers Association. He is the founder of the Best Practices Roundtable for CEOs in central Maryland. 

“Being a lawyer gave me the opportunity to build a career, to compete every day, to help people solve their problems and to shape policy – at least at my firm,” Lynch said.