Tyler Hinckley represents individuals and businesses in state and federal court in litigation involving personal injury, property damage, employment claims, and business and commercial disputes. He represents individuals and businesses in a variety of employment cases, including wrongful termination, wage and hour, employment discrimination, and retaliation. Additionally, he represents individuals in residential construction defect and construction contract disputes, easement and boundary line disputes, and in cases involving damage to real property. Tyler also represents clients in administrative proceedings before state administrative agencies.
Washington State University, B.A. in Business Administration, cum laude, 2002.
Seattle University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2005.
- Research and Technical Editor, Seattle University Law Review
Admitted to practice in Washington State and in the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Washington.
Yakima County Bar Association, Washington State Bar Association, American Bar Association
Tyler is the President of the Board of Directors of the West Valley Schools Foundation. He is also a member of Yakima Sunrise Rotary and a past Board member for the Yakima Y.M.C.A.
Tyler is a past secretary of the Yakima County Bar Association (2009-2010).
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