"Tyler represented our lending and factoring company in a litigation matter adverse to a national surety company, local county government, and construction company. The areas of law at issue were complex, and the stakes for our business were high. Tyler provided us with thorough research and honest guidance on the potential problems we faced as well as thoughtful arguments on how we may overcome those. Ultimately, Tyler represented us at a mediation and helped us negotiate a settlement that secured our recovery of a substantial amount of money. We appreciated Tyler’s representation ."
- Todd H. and Kevin S.
Tyler Dillard is an associate in the Litigation Group. His practice focuses on personal injury claims and a wide variety of other civil litigation claims.
Tyler represents victims of car, truck, and motorcycle wrecks, as well as victims of medical malpractice, slip and fall injuries, premises liability injuries, and physical abuse cases.
He also represents businesses and individuals in civil cases involving breaches of contract, company theft, negligence, fraud, shareholder disputes, employment law claims, real estate claims, and probate litigation matters.
Tyler has represented clients in all aspects of litigation, from drafting the initial pleadings through depositions, motions arguments, mediations, and trial.
Ultimately, Tyler has been a part of litigation teams that have assisted clients in obtaining multi-million dollar judgments and settlements in both personal injury cases and business litigation cases, and Tyler has successfully defended business claims seeking significant monetary damages.
While in law school, Tyler was on Georgia’s moot court and mock trial teams. He won the school’s closing argument competition and was on the winning team and received the best brief award at the Georgia Intrastate Moot Court Competition. Tyler was a pupil in the Lumpkin Inn of Court and was inducted into Georgia’s Order of the Barristers.
Tyler is currently a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and American Association of Justice. Tyler grew up in Blue Ridge, Georgia. He enjoys golf, tennis, and softball as well as cheering for the Bulldogs, Braves, Falcons, and Hawks. Tyler and his wife Caroline, who is also an attorney, live in Atlanta and attend Haygood United Methodist Church. Tyler and Caroline also both serve as attorney coaches for the State Champion Grady High School mock trial team.
- University of Georgia School of Law, Athens, Georgia
- Juris Doctor (Cum Laude), with Honors, 2013
- University of Georgia
- B.B.A. (Summa Cum Laude), with High Honors, 2010
- American Association of Justice, Member
Professional Associations and Memberships
- State Bar of Georgia, Member
- Gwinnett County Bar Association, Member
- Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Member
- Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, Member
- Henry W. Grady High School, Mock Trial Coach
“Tyler represented our lending and factoring company in a litigation matter adverse to a national surety company, local county government, and construction company. The areas of law at issue were complex, and the stakes for our business were high. Tyler provided us with thorough research and honest guidance on the potential problems we faced as well as thoughtful arguments on how we may overcome those. Ultimately, Tyler represented us at a mediation and helped us negotiate a settlement that secured our recovery of a substantial amount of money. We appreciated Tyler’s representation.”
- Todd H. and Kevin S.
“After I left my former employer, I was frivolously sued. My old company claimed that I had breached my employment agreement, violated computer protection laws, and stolen business. All of it was untrue. Tyler represented me in defending against this. He requested that the Court dismiss all of the false claims and he sought to hold the other side accountable for their wrongful accusations. Tyler’s assertive approach proved to end the case before it ever really began. Before long, the other side agreed to completely drop their case against me. I was thankful Tyler helped me move on quickly.”
- Christina S.
“My business was sued by a large franchisor and local franchisee. They were demanding more than $200,000 in damages and claiming that I had breached contracts, infringed on intellectual property, and owed them unpaid fees. I turned to Tyler after I was not satisfied with my first lawyer. Tyler represented me aggressively by amending my previous Answer and asserting new counterclaims. He then deposed the plaintiffs’ corporate officers and uncovered major problems with their claims. Afterwards, Tyler negotiated a settlement that was approximately 2% of what the Plaintiffs were originally requesting. Tyler listened to my concerns and worked hard on my case.”
- Gina M.
“Tyler represented my husband and I at trial against a landscape and construction company that had done very faulty work in our backyard. The defendants and their lawyer refused to admit they had done anything wrong and would not negotiate with us. Tyler obtained a verdict against them and then collected all the money they owed us plus interests. I recommend Tyler's work.”
- Kathy D.
“After my employer wrongfully terminated me, Tyler brought FMLA and FLSA claims on my behalf. Over the next three years, Tyler argued on multiple occasions in Federal Court, and after obtaining a favorable ruling from the Court, we were able to recover $105,000 for my claims. I appreciated Tyler's willingness to fight for me and my case.”
- Lori H.