Tyler’s practice focuses on patent prosecution as well as the enforcement of patents through litigation. He serves as an associate with Sheridan Ross advising clients in all areas of patent prosecution ranging from patent applications to freedom-to-operate opinions. He also has experience in research, legal, and consulting services and analysis of USPTO actions and client responses.
Tyler joined the firm after graduating from the University of Colorado Law School, where he also served as a legal writing teaching assistant and an Articles Editor for the Colorado Technology Law Journal (formerly the Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law). In addition, he worked with inventors and entrepreneurs through the University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office providing commercial feasibility analyses, appropriate paths for new inventions and counsel in creating startup companies.
University of Colorado Law School (J.D., 2014)
Northwestern University (B.S., Chemical Engineering; Economics, 2011)
- Patent Litigation
- Patent Prosecution
- Patent Search Services
- Technology Transactions and Licensing
- Green Technology
- Life Sciences
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 2012
Presentations and Publications:
- Author: “A Fed. Circ. Failure and The Constitutionality of IPR,” Law360, 2017.
- Author: International Association of Defense Counsel – “What Is a Patent? The Constitutionality of Claim Invalidation in Inter Partes Review and ITC Proceedings,” 2017.