“I pride myself in efficiently synthesizing complex issues into a simple story that garners cost-effective results for clients. My litigation experience, focus on cost efficiency, and eDiscovery background allows me to offer clients a unique and thorough approach to litigation.”
Tyler is a litigator whose practice includes a wide variety of both commercial and energy litigation, including the prosecution and defense of contractual disputes, construction contract litigation, business disputes, e-discovery, tax disputes, trust and estate litigation, and professional liability litigation.
Tyler serves on the firm’s technology committee and ESG committee. Tyler regularly shares advice and information on e-discovery and ethical obligations related to e-discovery. As e-discovery becomes more prevalent, clients can rely on Tyler to advise on the risks and benefits in connection with its use at every stage of ligation from retention, collection, and production to its ultimate use during motion practice and at trial.
Tyler’s courtroom experience flourishes from his clerkship opportunities. While attending law school, he was a judicial extern to the Honorable Ralph Tyson, late Chief Judge of the United States Court for the Middle District of Louisiana, and prior to joining Liskow, he served as a law clerk to the Honorable Catherine D. Kimball, former Chief Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court. “I started my career as a law clerk at the Louisiana Supreme Court where I was presented with some of Louisiana’s most intricate legal issues. I have relayed this experience into representing sophisticated corporate clients in connection with high stakes, complex litigation,” Tyler noted.
Recently Tyler represented a client in a $34 million construction dispute related to the third largest offshore jacket to operate in the Gulf of Mexico, and he managed the e-discovery database which included over 500,000 documents and 1.5 TB of data.