Cumberland-based Taylor English Duma LLP announced the expansion of its Atlanta office with the addition of partners Clinton “Tres” Dye and Reginald “Reggie” Snyder.
Dye will be a member of the firm’s real estate practice group and Snyder will join the litigation practice group.
Clinton "Tres" Dye
Prior to joining Taylor English, Dye and Snyder co-owned Dye Snyder LLP. The Atlanta-based firm provided strategic counseling to local and national clients in the areas of complex litigation, commercial transactions and real estate transactions.
Dye has more than 19 years of experience in transactional law. His practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions, and he has extensive experience representing owners and developers in the acquisition and development of multi-family, office, retail, hospitality and mixed-use developments. He also has assisted clients with complex commercial lending transactions with lenders and borrowers, including corporate M&A, real estate finance, and single and multi-state transactions.
He was previously a member of both a large regional and a large international law firm. He also clerked for Clarence Cooper of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
Outside of his practice, Dye served as the vice chairman, and later as the chairman, of the City of Atlanta Zoning Review Board. He has also served as a board member of the City of Atlanta and Fulton County Recreation Authority. He is currently the vice chair of the Board for the Historic District Development Corporation.
Dye earned his undergraduate degree from Harvard University and his law degree from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law.
Reginald "Reggie" Snyder
Snyder focuses his practice on commercial and real estate disputes and product liability and personal injury litigation.
Among other areas, Snyder has experience assisting clients in contract and construction disputes, employment litigation, the interpretation and enforcement of lease terms, and personal injury claims stemming from motor vehicle accidents. He also provides pre-litigation guidance to commercial real estate clients regarding drafting lease amendments and complying with applicable municipal, count and state ordinances. He has litigated disputes for a wide range of clients across multiple states, including Alabama, Georgia and Texas.
Before co-founding Dye Snyder LLP, he was a member of major law firms in Birmingham and Houston.
He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he also received his Master of Public Health. Snyder earned his law degree from Samford University.
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