Tim Walsh is a partner in the Energy and Infrastructure practice of Norton Rose Fulbright. He represents owners, developers, contractors, and design professionals in public and private construction projects and was recently recognized by “Who’s Who in Energy” for his transactional and dispute work for energy and power facilities. Tim assists clients in the negotiation and drafting of development, design, engineering, construction, and related agreements including advice on partnering and integrated project delivery (IPD) contracts, trade labor and project labor matters, insurance, intellectual property protection, land use and zoning, environmental and building code regulations, and professional licensing issues. Tim’s experience also includes the prosecution and defense of construction-related issues, breach of contract, mechanic’s liens, design and construction defects, architectural and engineering design errors and omissions, and performance and payment bonds. Tim received his J.D. from Washington University School of Law in 2002, where he served as managing editor of the Washington University Journal of Law & Policy.