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Background

Michael Tyler is a Principal in Washington, D.C., office of Fish & Richardson. His practice emphasizes patent litigation in the areas of analog circuitry, computer hardware, control systems, digital circuitry, and electrical engineering. He previously served as a Summer Associate of the firm (2004). Mr. Tyler was a Law Clerk to the Honorable T. John Ward of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas (2007-2008).

His technical experience includes working as an applications engineer and later as a product marketing manager with National Instruments Corporation, Austin, TX (1999 – 2001); and as a control systems engineering intern with The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA (1998). Mr. Tyler also served as an intern with the Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution, Austin, TX (2003).

Education

J.D., University of Texas Law School 2005


M.A., University of Texas 2005
Public Affairs


B.S., University of Texas at Austin 1999
Electrical Engineering
with high honors

Admissions

  • Texas 2005
  • District of Columbia 2007

Clerkships

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, The Honorable T. John Ward, 2007 - 2008

United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, The Honorable Haldane Robert Mayer, 2009 - 0

Other Distinctions

Selected publications
Chapter 46: "A/D and D/A Conversion," The Mechatronics Handbook, Robert H. Bishop (Ed.), CRC Press (2002).

"The ABCs of ADCs," Scientific Computing & Instrumentation, (April 1, 2001).

Awards
2014 and 2015 Rising Star, Super Lawyers

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Fish Litigation Blog
March 12, 2015
Ambiguous Phrase in Claims Not Indefinite Where Intrinsic Evidence Resolves the Ambiguity
Authors: Michael C. Tyler, Chris W. Dryer
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
May 13, 2015
Standing To Assert False Marking Requires That Plaintiff At Least Attempted To Enter The Market
Authors: Michael C. Tyler, Chris W. Dryer
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
April 28, 2015
The PTO’s Refusal To Terminate Reexamination Proceedings In Light Of District Court Settlement Is Not Immediately Reviewable In Court
Authors: Michael C. Tyler, Chris W. Dryer
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
April 28, 2015
Entire Market Value Rule Inapplicable Where the Patent claims both Inventive and Conventional Elements and the Combination Substantially Accounts for the Value of the Invention
Authors: Zachary Loney, Michael C. Tyler
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
February 26, 2015
Patent Exhaustion Inapplicable To Practice of Related But Separate Invention by Third Parties Interacting with Licensed Products
Authors: Michael C. Tyler, Chris W. Dryer
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
February 25, 2015
No Collateral Estoppel Based on a Prior General Jury Verdict that Rested on Multiple Grounds
Authors: Michael C. Tyler, Brian J. Livedalen
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
December 23, 2014
Rule 12(b)(6) Inappropriate for Resolving Fact-Intensive Trade Secret Claims
Authors: Michael C. Tyler, Chris W. Dryer
IP Litigation
Federal Circuit
Trade Secrets
Fish Litigation Blog
December 23, 2014
Patent Owner Collaterally Estoppel from Arguing Claim Construction Differing from Another Court’s Previous Construction of the Same Limitation of the Same Patent
Authors: Michael C. Tyler, Brian J. Livedalen
IP Litigation
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
December 23, 2014
To Add Claims to a Separate Invention on Reissue, the Specification Must Clearly and Unequivocally Disclose the Newly Claimed Invention as a Separate Invention
Authors: Michael C. Tyler, Chris W. Dryer
IP Litigation
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
December 3, 2014
ITC’s Authority to Enforce Consent Orders Extends to Importations by Third Parties
Authors: Michael C. Tyler, Chris W. Dryer
IP Litigation
Federal Circuit
ITC Litigation
Fish Litigation Blog
December 3, 2014
Infringement Suit Must Target United States Where Private Entity is Legally Required to Perform Quasi-Governmental Functions
Authors: Michael C. Tyler, Chris W. Dryer
IP Litigation
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
December 2, 2014
Challenge of PTAB’s Authority at the District Court Amounts to Impermissible Collateral Attack
Authors: Michael C. Tyler, Brian J. Livedalen
IP Litigation
Federal Circuit
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