Tyler is an associate in the firm’s Atlanta office, where he has worked since 2021. Tyler brings a competitive passion to his representation of clients, which affords both a comprehensive understanding of his clients’ needs as well as dedication to finding and achieving the best outcome possible. Tyler has represented clients in complex international shareholder disputes, federal and state complex commercial litigation, and multi-state banking litigation. In his first months at the firm, Tyler achieved a multi-million-dollar arbitration award, which he confirmed and registered in multiple federal courts, resulting in successful satisfaction of the full arbitration award. Tyler is an avid golfer, who frequently plays in charity tournaments throughout Atlanta with clients and other members of the firm.
Represents clients in a wide variety of litigation, including complex multi-state commercial litigation and real estate litigation.
Represents shareholders and corporate officers in direct and derivative corporate litigation.
Defends lenders and national financial services organizations in actions with borrowers asserting mortgage-related claims, including allegations of wrongful foreclosure, loan modification disputes, slander to title, breach of contract, and state mortgage statute violations.
Defends financial institutions in actions brought by borrowers asserting violations of federal and state consumer protection statutes, including Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (“RESPA”), and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”).
Defends and prosecutes actions on behalf of financial institutions involving title to property and lien priority.
Achieved a multi-million-dollar arbitration award in an action involving a purchase price adjustment in the acquisition of a nationwide service business. Following a weeklong arbitration hearing involving expert accounting testimony and grant of the arbitration award, our firm confirmed the award in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey and began a successful campaign of contested collection efforts. These efforts included registering the judgment in other federal jurisdictions, locating and garnishing commercial contracts, and seizing assets through the U.S. Marshall’s office, resulting in motions for turnover being granted by the District Court, and ultimately, complete satisfaction of the original judgment with interest.
State Bar of Georgia
United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
Georgia Court of Appeals