Tyler D. Henkel
Tyler Henkel honed his analytical and writing abilities as a history major, with a religion minor, at Duke University. He further refined those skills in law school at Emory University, where he graduated with honors, was a managing editor of the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal, earned a Transactional Law Certificate and was awarded the Ernst and Young Achievement Award for Outstanding Achievement in Tax Accounting. Throughout Tyler’s practice, he has continued to utilize not only his education, but also his work ethic and his abilities as an advocate for his clients during negotiation and in the court room.
His efforts have achieved success in all stages of litigation, and his practice has focused on representing plaintiffs and defendants in commercial litigation, construction litigation, personal injury litigation and insurance coverage litigation. Tyler has represented individuals, corporations and insurance companies, and his work has led to success for his clients at the dispositive motion stage, in pre-trial settlements and in trial. He has also represented clients in multidistrict litigation cases, in both the state and federal systems.
Tyler is married and has two sons and two dogs. He enjoys spending time with his family and retreating to Galveston, Texas where he can relax, water ski and play golf. He also enjoys hunting and spending time outdoors.
Admitted To Bar
J.D. with honors, Emory University School of Law, 2007
A.B., Duke University, 2004
State Bar of Texas
Commercial Litigation, Construction Litigation, Environmental Litigation, Insurance Litigation, Oil and Gas Litigation, Personal Injury Litigation, Labor and Employment Law