Tyler works with patents and trademarks at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law.
Tyler enjoys working with clients on mechanical and electrical inventions, as well as products in the construction industry. Recently, he has helped obtain protection for inventions including a camera-integrated fishing net, an improved landing gear for a tractor trailer and an electronic targeting system. He also conducts thorough patentability analyses and opinions across a broad range of technologies.
Prior to joining Boudwin Intellectual Property Law, Tyler worked for an intellectual patent boutique firm in the Philadelphia area. He attended law school at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Drexel University, where he graduated with a concentration in intellectual property law. During law school, Tyler clerked for The Honorable Gregory M. Sleet of the U.S. District Court in Delaware, where he drafted bench memoranda for complex patent litigation trials. He also served in Drexel's pro bono estate planning clinic, where he amassed over 100 hours of volunteer legal work.
Before law school, Tyler attended Rowan University where he studied Physics and minored in Mathematics. He conducted research in the areas of thin metallic film deposition and supercapacitor construction. Tyler presented these topics at numerous American Physical Society conferences.
Tyler lives in Philadelphia and enjoys staying active and being outside, by running, hiking, biking, skiing and kayaking, as well as playing and listening to live music. He is an active member of the Philadelphia Bar Association and enjoys counseling eSports professionals on a pro bono basis.
- Drexel University School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Major: Intellectual Property Law
- Rowan University
- Major: Physics
- Minor: Mathematics
- Philadelphia Bar Association, Member
- American Physical Society conferences
- The Honorable Gregory M. Sleet of the U.S. District Court in Delaware, Clerk
- Drexel University, Pro Bono estate planning clinic
- Associate Attorney