Tyler has a diverse practice with experience in creditors' rights issues and business law matters. He leads the firm's financial institution practice group where he coordinates the firm's resources to address the specialized issues facing banks and other lenders, such as lender liability issues, regulatory compliance matters, and other litigation and non-litigation legal needs.
Tyler regularly represents creditors in bankruptcy cases and litigation in state and federal court, including workouts, reorganizations, Uniform Commercial Code and security agreement enforcement, collection cases, and other contested matters. He has guided national and community lenders, community associations, contractors and leasing companies through various reorganization and litigation proceedings. His creditors' rights practice covers all three Federal Districts and all 100 counties within North Carolina.
Furthermore, Tyler's business practice focuses on advising companies on a broad range of legal issues including, but not limited to, drafting and negotiating corporate agreements and documents, and managing all aspects of mergers, acquisitions, and other transactions for a variety of companies. He frequently represents privately held companies, and assists them in all aspects of their business, from corporate governance and transactions, to business structuring, development and expansion opportunities, and succession planning. He also regularly works with regulated industries – including breweries, distilleries, wineries, and industrial hemp operations – to address permitting needs, compliance issues, growers agreements, distribution and supply chain matters, negotiations and interactions with local, state, and federal governments and other related needs.
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