Since graduating from Texas A&M School of Law in 2015, Tyler Hood represents all levels of contractors, land developers and design professionals with respect to every aspect of construction.
His practice includes litigation as well as general risk management for small local clients as well as publicly traded companies. He has litigated nearly every aspect of a construction project including construction defects, warranty disputes, contract disputes, payment claims, mechanic’s and materialmen’s liens, professional errors and/or omissions and homeowners’ association claims. In the past five years he has litigated roughly twenty (20) claims to either final judgment or award.
Tyler also has extensive experience defending general contractors while simultaneously pursuing third-party claims against responsible third-parties and procurement of insurance coverage for his clients.
Currently, Mr. Hood’s primary areas of practice are:
Commercial and Residential Construction Defect Claims (state court and arbitration);
Homeowners’ Association Claims;
Mechanic’s and Materialmen’s liens (residential and commercial);
Contract Disputes; and
United States District Court, Northern District of Texas, 2019
SEMINARS TAUGHT and ARTICLES PUBLISHED
COVID-19 – Legal Impacts, Co-Presenter, Greater Fort Worth Builder’s Association, April 2020
“COVID 19: Highlighting the Importance of TAB’s Contracts,” Texas Builder Magazine (July/August 2020) (author)
Groundwater Laws and Regulations: A Preliminary Survey of Thirteen U.S. States (Texas A&M University School of Law Program in Natural Resources Systems, 2017) (co-author)
“Drugs on Tap: Managing Pharmaceuticals in Our Nation’s Waters,” Pharmaceutical Compliance Monitor (September 14, 2014) (honorable mention)
Texas A&M University:
B.S. Construction Science, 2011
Texas A&M University School of Law:
trusted. driven. personal.