Christian & Small is pleased to announce that L. Griffin (Griff) Tyndall has recently joined the firm as a partner. His practice targets construction law, contracts, real estate and other related areas.
Tyndall represents a wide range of construction clients, from general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers to owners, design professionals, lenders and sureties. He has extensive experience in advising clients during the pre-construction process on matters such as contract and subcontract drafting and negotiation, as well as insurance and bonding. He also handles his clients’ dispute resolution needs through litigation in both state and federal courts or through alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and arbitration. Known for his expertise in the construction law arena, Tyndall often lectures at seminars and industry-related events on various construction-related topics.
Tyndall earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Auburn University in 1992. A graduate of Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, he was the editor-in-chief of The American Journal of Trial Advocacy and a Cordell Hull Teaching Fellow. Tyndall has also served as an instructor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, teaching a course on construction law to students seeking the Masters of Engineering degree in the University’s department of Construction Engineering Management. He practices in all state and federal courts in both Alabama and Mississippi.