Tami York

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Tami York is a corporate and real estate attorney representing clients in matters involving contracting, construction law, commercial real estate leasing, employment law, and early dispute and conflict resolution. She brings to the table in-depth knowledge of the construction industry and a proven track record of navigating complex contract negotiations, regulatory, requirements, risk management, insurance coverage, and dispute resolution for the construction industry.

As trusted advisor, Tami is well-known for establishing proactive legal strategies that mitigate risk and drive operational excellence, while aligning with a business’ goals for growth. 

Prior to joining Moye White, Tami worked in private practice before serving as the general counsel and then chief legal and administrative officer of an international building services provider where she developed a legal department and systems and processes to launch company growth from $40 million to $170 million.