Tyson Prince is an attorney who focuses his practice on the representation of businesses, professionals, and employers. He has represented clients ranging from small businesses and individuals to national utility corporations and Fortune 500 companies. Tyson has successfully litigated matters for clients relating to breach of contract, business torts, labor law, products liability, malpractice, personal injury, property damage, and fraud, in both New York State and Federal Court.
Tyson graduated magna cum laude from the SUNY Buffalo Law School where he served as a Note and Comment Editor on the Buffalo Law Review. While in law school, he volunteered as a student attorney for CLARO, a non-profit organization which helps educate unrepresented debtors and identity theft victims regarding their legal rights as consumers. Previously he worked as a Summer Associate and served as a Student Law Clerk for the Honorable Michael Telesca, United States District Court Judge for the Western District of New York.
- Obtained no cause jury verdict on behalf of public benefit bus company, which was accused of causing an accident that allegedly caused the Plaintiff to undergo two spinal surgeries.
- Represented national energy company and obtained dismissal of claims for trespass and punitive damages brought by landowners in Federal Court.
- Represented national bank in breach of contract and replevin action and obtained dismissal of third-party’s claim to bank’s security interest.
- Represented antique store owner in case involving alleged violations of labor law wherein the Plaintiff fell off the roof of the building and obtained dismissal of Plaintiff’s case on motion
- Assisted in obtaining arbitration decision in favor of client insurance broker in claim made by national insurer in excess of one million dollars for breach of contract.
- Assisted in defending California company in breach of contract action and successfully obtained dismissal of adverse New York State action.
- Assisted in obtaining dismissal of foreclosure action against commercial building owner.
- Successfully dissolved non-profit corporation.
- Defended family involved in skiing accident collision and obtained summary judgment dismissing the Plaintiff’s personnel injury action.
- SUNY Buffalo Law School, J.D., magna cum laude, Note and Comment Editor, Buffalo Law Review, 2013
- State University of New York at Oswego, B.S., 2009
- New York, 2014
- "No Strict Liability For NY Medical Cos. Over Info Leaks," Law360, February 18, 2014
- Order of the Coif
- Hiscock & Barclay, LLP, Associate
- Hiscock & Barclay, Summer Associate, 2012
- Hon. Michael A. Telesca, U.S. District Court Judge, Summer Law Clerk, 2011
- Insurance Agent Held Not Liable for Alleged Failure to Obtain Flood Insurance Coverage
- New York Court of Appeals to Decide Whether Substance Abuse Facility Owes Duty to Third-Parties When Releasing a Patient
- Appellate Division Enforces Additional Insured Clause Requiring Contractual Privity with the Named Insured
- Ethical Considerations For Attorneys In The Evolving World Of Cyber Security And Data Breaches