Springdale ARKANSAS

ABOUT Timothy C. Hutchinson

Tim Hutchinson joined RMP LLP as a partner in 2012. He received his undergraduate degree in economics from Harding University and graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Tim began his legal career as a deputy prosecuting attorney where he tried all types of felonies including murder, rape and serious drug crimes.

In 2002, Tim entered private practice where his practice focused on representing small businesses in several different areas of law. He was named the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Top 40 under 40 in 2002 and was asked to teach Business and Employment Law as an adjunct professor in John Brown University’s Advance Program.

In 2004, Tim was elected to the Arkansas House of Representatives where he served on the House Judiciary Committee. In 2008, Tim was asked to serve as one of three election commissioners for Benton County, Arkansas. Tim also served as city attorney for cities throughout Northwest Arkansas.

In 2011, Tim was retained to serve as legal counsel for Arkansas’ Secretary of State during the legislative redistricting. In 2012, Tim joined the RMP team as a partner where his practice focuses on employment/labor, commercial litigation, and representing individuals and businesses before state agencies. Tim has represented three separate Fortune 500 Companies as well as many other smaller businesses.

Tim has maintained an AV Martindale Hubble rating since 2013, which is the highest ethical and performance rating available as voted on by his peers.

In 2016, the Arkansas Supreme Court appointed Tim to serve on its Committee on Professional Conduct. Tim has been married to his wife Julie for nearly 25 years. They have two high school aged boys. Tim is an active member of his church and has coached community youth sports for the last 10 years.

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Areas of LAW

  • Administrative
  • Appellate Practice
  • Eminent Domain
  • Employment
  • Wage And Hour

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