Prior to joining Mette, Evans & Woodside, Attorney Tim Hoy spent five years with Keystone Financial, Inc. as in-house counsel where he managed litigation and handled banking and regulatory work. Time spent as the bank’s in-house counsel gave him an opportunity to develop a wide ranging understanding of bank operations, which has enhanced his ability to advise financial institutions.
Tim focuses his law practice on assisting businesses and financial institutions. He has acted as counsel to financial institutions, providing advice on regulatory matters, mergers and acquisitions, Securities and Exchange Commission filings, loan documentation, creditors’ rights and payments issues. He also counsels other types of businesses on asset acquisitions, financing transactions, employment issues, contracts and litigation.
Dedicated to a life-long pursuit of enhancing his understanding of the law, Tim has taught Payment Systems at Pennsylvania State University – Dickinson Law and at Widener Law Harrisburg.
A presenter at professional educational seminars, he has presented on the following topics; Pennsylvania’s power of attorney statute, multi-party accounts, drafting commercial loan documents and the federal and state law of payment systems.
Tim is married and has four children.
- Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University, J.D.
- Dickinson College, B.A.
- Pennsylvania Bar
- U.S. District Court:
- Middle District of PA
- Eastern District of PA
Articles & Media
Since July 1, 2015, Pennsylvania businesses have been able to convert from one form to another, with a few simple steps. Before 2015, a business entity that wanted to change its form (such as a general partnership to a limited liability company (LLC)) would have either needed to undergo a complicated merger process or would have had to transfer assets.
Attorneys Thomas A. Archer, Gary J. Heim, Timothy A. Hoy, Mark S. Silver and James A. Ulsh were recognized again this year as The Best Lawyers® 2021.
The CARES Act provides for loans backed by the SBA to be issued to eligible borrowers under the Paycheck Protection Program.
Recent lawsuits against major car manufacturers and financing companies alleged that vehicles they financed were repossessed without providing the borrower with notice as required by Article 9.
The United Services Automobile Association (“USAA”) was awarded a $102.8 million verdict against Wells Fargo in a mobile deposit patent infringement lawsuit.
Every participant in the financial markets knows that London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is not guaranteed after 2021, yet few have taken steps to prepare for LIBOR’s end.