Ty Dedmon’s practice is focused on helping clients solve their most complex problems. He has coordinated national and regional litigation in the areas of toxic tort, product liability, professional negligence, and commercial disputes. Clients have come to depend on his seasoned judgment and leadership of effective teams to accomplish excellent results no matter the venue, opponent, or subject matter. Given his breadth of experience, Ty particularly enjoys providing outside general counsel guidance to growing companies to help them identify and address the unpredictable legal issues that they may encounter – particularly with respect to the implementation of emerging technologies.
Although Ty’s mass litigation experience has involved a variety of industries, his trial practice has focused on healthcare clients. He currently leads Bradley’s Healthcare Litigation team and has spent his entire career representing the Southeast’s leading providers in their highest stakes matters. He regularly defends healthcare professionals and facilities against malpractice claims, as well as reimbursement and commercial disputes. This includes defending wrongful death and catastrophic injury claims arising from anesthesia, neurosurgery, organ transplant, infectious disease, oncology, emergency medicine, and dialysis treatment. His commercial healthcare practice is particularly focused on disputes over ownership of closely held providers, claims arising from merger and acquisition activity, and managed care reimbursement disputes.
Ty’s clients routinely rely on his diverse litigation experience in the development of modern information governance programs. Ty currently leads the firm’s Electronic Data and Discovery team, and routinely assists large organizations in developing technical solutions and workflows to address litigation readiness and mass discovery challenges. In addition, Ty is a founding partner and former chair of Bradley’s Cybersecurity and Privacy team. He regularly advises companies of all sizes – from high-growth technology startups to publicly traded companies – across the spectrum of data management challenges, including cybersecurity risk mitigation and privacy compliance. Leveraging this background, Ty remains on the cutting edge of the legal landscape surrounding emerging technologies such as generative AI. He regularly advises clients and provides thought leadership on the risks, use cases, and best practices for both developers and end-users of generative AI platforms. Ty’s wholistic perspective combines legal counsel and technology solutions to help clients achieve their litigation, operational, and risk management goals.