Washington and Lee University,
J.D., cum laude, 2014
Lead Articles Editor, Washington and Lee Law Review
B.A., Political Science
District of Columbia
Thompson Coburn LLP
Summer Associate, 2013
U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)
Legal Intern, September-December 2013
Federal Aviation Administration
Honors Legal Intern, May-August 2012
Tyler is an experienced regulatory attorney who analyzes federal regulations and provides comprehensive guidance to clients in a variety of sectors, including transportation, aviation, unmanned aircraft systems, manufacturing, financial services, and insurance.
He tracks business-critical regulations throughout the federal rulemaking and implementation process and keeps his clients informed. Tyler frequently negotiates directly with regulators on behalf of clients to help mitigate any legal issues.
In his work on international trade and transportation issues, Tyler analyzes clients' sanctions disclosure and compliance issues, freeing company executives to focus on their day-to-day business.
Recognized for his good judgment and calm demeanor, Tyler draws on his previous internships at the Federal Aviation Administration, the Department of Transportation, and the White House to serve as an excellent issue-spotter for clients, allowing him to render valuable advice that helps them avoid future legal challenges.
Trade Compliance Handbook;
Updated March 2017
Checklists of Foreign Countries Subject to Sanctions;
Updated March 2017
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