Timothy Reiniger is the Director of FutureLaw's Digital Services Group. In this role, Tim is responsible for developing market opportunities in Virginia and the overall Capitol area, the federal agencies, and the international arena. He also serves as founder of US Trustmark Co. where he utilizes his unique legal and policy expertise to help business, government and the courts to navigate identity, privacy, and electronic signature trust issues in the networked digital economy.
Tim came to FutureLaw from the National Notary Association where he served as Executive Director for six years. In this role, he became a nationally recognized expert on the notary office and successfully advocated for path-breaking electronic notarization laws in Delaware, Florida, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Carolina, and Virginia. He has testified before the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, the California House and Senate Judiciary Committees, the Florida Senate Judiciary Committee, and the Hague Conference on Private International Law. In addition, Tim has contributed a chapter on electronic notarization law to the 2008 American Bar Association book Foundations of Digital Evidence.
Before joining the National Notary Association, Tim practiced law in Manchester, New Hampshire where he also served three terms representing the downtown and historic millyard on the Board of Mayor and Aldermen (1994-2000). He is a licensed attorney in both New Hampshire and California.
Tim brings ten years of valuable trial and appellate experience in commercial disputes, insurance coverage, personal injury, and employment law from previous positions with law firms in New Hampshire. Furthermore, he has a keen understanding of government relations, association management, and local government law from having served in public office and with the National Notary Association. In addition to his position with IA Corporation, Tim is a member of the FutureLaw Government Relations Team, the Tax Exempt Bond Financing Team, and the Economic Development and Business Services/Stimulus Programs Team.
Tim earned his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School and holds a B.S.F.S., cum laude, in International Affairs from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. He is also a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He interned in the Washington, D.C office of U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy in 1984.