Daniel S. Tyler

Associate

Office: Chicago

Direct: 312-741-4496

Fax: 312-422-6110

dtyler@nullohaganmeyer.com

  • Professional Overview

    Dan is a seasoned litigator with nearly a decade of experience representing clients in a wide range of matters from breach of contract, employment disputes, M&A litigation, government investigation, trademark, trade secret, commercial competition, consumer fraud, and class-action defense. His aggressive, yet business-focused approach to litigation is valued by clients for his keen insight into the best possible outcomes for the client (not for its lawyers). Dan’s sole focus is cost-efficient, yet effective legal representation to reach the goals articulated by his clients.

    Dan's clients recognize and appreciate his experience defending nationwide class- action lawsuits brought against companies for deceptive or misleading labeling, false advertising, deceptive trade practice and unfair competition claims brought under Section43(a) of the federal Lanham Act, and claims brought under the various states’ Consumer Fraud and Protection statutes. Dan has successfully litigated in both state and federal jurisdictions spanning across the country, including hot spots in the Northern District of California and the Southern District of New York.

    Dan attended Suffolk University Law School where he served on the Moot Court Honor Board and was named Editor-in-Chief of the Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Dan received his B.A. with a concentration in History from Colgate University.

  • Practice Areas
  • Education and Admissions

    Education

    • J.D., Suffolk University, Dean’s List
    • B.A., Colgate University

    Admissions

    • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois
    • U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts

    States Licensed

    • Illinois
    • Massachusetts
  • Professional Organization Memberships
    • American Bar Association
    • Chicago Bar Association
  • News, Honors, Publications & Speeches
    • Editor-in-Chief, Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy
    • Moot Court Honor Board