Craig Tyler is a veteran trial and appellate lawyer, intellectual property litigator and counselor, with a primary focus on legal issues and disputes involving complicated technology in a variety of industries.
Craig has extensive experience in technical litigation matters, such as patent infringement, trade secret misappropriation, breach of contract, trademark infringement, the Lanham Act, copyright infringement, enforceability of covenants not to compete, and unfair competition claims. With over two decades of experience, he has litigated more than 180 technical cases involving claims of trade secret misappropriation and patent infringement cases, including 13 trials in state and federal courts, as well as providing guidance, counseling and coordination of IP enforcement and defense efforts throughout the world. He has also appeared before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Craig designs innovative solutions and litigation approaches that haven’t been pursued by other firms. He works as a trusted partner to the businesses he represents. Craig’s work has earned him the appreciation of clients, who have praised his mastery of critical facts, strategic thinking and thoughtful advice. "He immediately impressed all of us with how quickly he synthesized the key legal issues and laid out a plan for moving forward," one client explained. "[He] was excellent at placing IP matters into the appropriate 'big picture' context for our company." (Chambers USA 2019)