Tyler represents a diverse client base across a range of industries. His counseling of businesses and individuals is backed by extensive litigation experience at the state and federal level.
Tyler focuses his practice on a variety of business-related issues, including shareholder disputes and commercial collections. Tyler is also well-versed in financial fraud matters.
Prior to establishing his own practice, Tyler worked with a well-known Miami business litigation firm. There, he participated in all aspects of numerous matters, which included multi-million dollar commercial disputes, an active creditors’ rights practice and complex administrative agency litigation.
Tyler also worked at a nationally-known securities litigation firm were he prosecuted high-profile cases against publicly-traded entities. He was featured in this regard on Law360’s Expert Analysis section.
Tyler was born in Youngstown, Ohio and earned his Bachelors Degree and Juris Doctor from the University of Toledo. He served as an Articles Editor of the University of Toledo Law Review where his work on federal court practice was published. During law school, Tyler interned with an Article III Judge in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio. He also worked at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Legal Division, Litigation and Resolutions Branch, Financial Crimes Unit, in Washington D.C.
University of Toledo, B.A., History
Phi Alpha Theta
University of Toledo College of Law, J.D.
Articles Editor, University of Toledo Law Review
College of William & Mary, Universidad San Pablo-CEU, Madrid, Spain, Summer Law Program – Comparative Corporate Law, EU Law
Panelist, Spellman-Hoeveler Inn of Court Bench & Bar Conference, “How to Win at Motion Calendar” (March 1, 2019)
Florida Super Lawyers, Rising Stars 2020
Author, “Overseas Securities Litigation is Coming of Age,” Law360, Expert Analysis, 2016, https://www.law360.com/articles/760360/overseas-securities-litigation-is-coming-of-age
Author, No Simple Compromise: Reconciling Duty and Discretion Under Colorado River Abstention in Claims for Mixed Relief, 45 U. Tol. L. Rev. 347
United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida
United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida
Voluntary Bar Membership
Federal Bar Association
Dade County Bar Association