Tyler Balding is an attorney with Maya Murphy and is admitted to practice in both New York and Connecticut State Courts. He is a graduate of George Mason’s Antonin Scalia Law School. Tyler’s litigation experience has covered diverse matters in civil, criminal, family, juvenile, and administrative courts. He has a client-first approach and the determination to see an issue through all stages of negotiation, litigation, and resolution.

Tyler assists a broad spectrum of clients, from individuals and small businesses to large insurers and Fortune 500 companies. His experience has covered litigation on both the plaintiff and defendant sides throughout New York and Connecticut.

During law school, Tyler was an editor for Documentary Credit World and was a secretary for the official commentary of the Uniform Customs & Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP600) issued by the International Chamber of Commerce. Tyler worked with the Institute of International Banking Law and Practice, which provided expert witness work in criminal commercial fraud litigation, typically for the SEC, as well as legal advice and education on commercial transactions and papers.

During his undergraduate time at Western Connecticut State University, he formed an internationally competitive CEDA and Parliamentary debate team. Following Law School, he had the pleasure of working as an adjunct professor of politics and economics and as the debate coach for WCSU.

As a work of passion, Tyler has assisted humanitarian projects in places as far-flung as Haiti and Africa. He has counseled numerous non-profit organizations supporting the construction and operation of schools, orphanages, and hospitals. Notably, he was present and providing counsel and relief efforts in Sudan as the country was splitting to form the world’s youngest nation, South Sudan.