Tyler Hale is an associate in Venable’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group. His practice focuses on the intersection of intellectual property and antitrust law. He regularly litigates novel issues involving monopolies and unfair competition with an eye toward establishing favorable and sound precedent for his clients and industries. Tyler has equal experience on both sides of competition issues, having represented injured plaintiffs in multi-million-dollar Sherman Act actions and defendants in international cartel investigations.
Tyler actively advises on strategy at every stage of disputes, from pre-filing counseling to settlement. He has litigated temporary restraining orders, first-chaired depositions, and secured valuable precedent from judicial opinions.
Tyler has represented clients in several industries, including pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, media, and consumer products. He is also active in emerging issues concerning intellectual property and the internet, including pursuing new strategies for anti-counterfeiting and online brand protection.