Tim P. Tryniecki is a seasoned litigator with experience in the state and federal courts of Missouri and Illinois. He uses insights gained in a decade representing Fortune 500 companies to advocate tirelessly on behalf of his clients and to obtain favorable settlements through negotiation, mediation, and trial.
Most recently, Tim was a partner in the metro-area office of a national firm and served as local and regional counsel for large corporations, overseeing hundreds of cases at a time in jurisdictions both locally and across the country. He gained perspective and experience in negotiating all phases of litigation, and with the insurance industry, which he now uses to advocate strategically and effectively for his Goldblatt +Singer’s clients. Tim prides himself foremost on the relationships and trust he builds with each individual client and their families through respect, responsiveness, and above all, results.
Prior to beginning his practice, Tim received his law degree with Dean’s List honors from Washington University in St. Louis in 2011. He honed his advocacy skills as managing editor of the Washington University Jurisprudence Review, gaining invaluable management skills and the attention to detail that he brings to each and every client’s case at Goldblatt + Singer. He also gained oral advocacy experience participating in the Environmental Moot Court, and was the sole representative of his graduating class on the Faculty Curriculum Committee. During this time, he became active outside the classroom as a volunteer at the St. Louis Crisis Nursery, which continues to this day through his service as a member of their Young Professionals Board. Tim’s passion to serve the underserved and stand up for the vulnerable was honed here and is a pillar of his advocacy on behalf of the firm’s clients.
Tim obtained his undergraduate degree, cum laude, from the University of Notre Dame in 2007, where he spent a year studying at a prestigious political science academy in Paris, France. He was published in a journal of international law as an undergraduate and served as a research assistant to a professor of constitutional law in Notre Dame’s law school, before graduating with degrees in Political Science and Romance Languages. He then worked as a paralegal in Chicago for 1 year before returning to school.
Mr. Tryniecki is a St. Louis native and resides in St. Louis Hills. When he isn’t in the courtroom, he enjoys spending time with his son, Townes, and their dog Izzy at Francis Park and traveling.