Timothy Keeler

Partner and Co-Head of International Trade Practice, Mayer Brown

Tim is a Partner and Co-Head of Mayer Brown’s International Trade Practice. Tim also leads the Firm’s Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS) practice, providing legal and strategic advice to clients on proposed foreign investments, transaction negotiations, navigating the CFIUS review process, and the regulation of outbound investments. Tim has worked on CFIUS issues in and out of government for more than two decades, including two major rewrites of the CFIUS statute by Congress, and has advised clients on the CFIUS implications for hundreds of successful transactions. Tim joined Mayer Brown in 2009 after a varied career in the US Government, serving at the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR), the US Treasury Department (which chairs CFIUS), and the US Senate Finance Committee.  Tim obtained a JD from the George Mason University School of Law (now Antonin Scalia Law School), and a BSE in Engineering Science from Tulane University.