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Tyler J. King is an associate at Fayer Gipson LLP, where he focuses his practice on contract, entertainment and intellectual property litigation.  Tyler earned his law degree from Harvard Law School, and has practiced at some of the top law firms in the country, including Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP, Irell & Manella LLP, and Steptoe & Johnson LLP.  Tyler has represented a wide variety of clients, including corporations in the energy, entertainment, financial, pharmaceutical, and real estate industries.

Tyler understands that there are many different ways to solve a legal problem, and at different costs.  Tyler consistently takes the time to evaluate each client’s unique problem, and to formulate a plan to achieve that objective most efficiently.  This approach has generated a number of legal successes, the most notable of which are listed below.


·  Obtained summary judgment for commercial real estate firm in financing dispute relating to the construction of a prominent San Francisco residential landmark

·  Obtained summary judgment for cosmetics client prohibiting industry leader’s use of infringing mark

·  Negotiated dismissal of defamation charges against teen who reported sexual assault

·  Successfully negotiated settlement of retiree investment fraud case against large broker-dealer

·  Obtained settlement of highly confidential professional liability matter with significant legal exposure

·  Obtained default judgment for business development entity suing start-up company for breach of contract

·  Defended foreign media conglomerate, quashing multiple attempts to serve domestic subsidiaries in contravention of the Hague Convention

·  Represented mutual fund against investment manager for breach of contract and professional negligence in large-scale securities lending program

·  Represented major pharmaceutical company litigating the rights of groundbreaking RNA interference patents

·  Represented multinational energy company fighting US enforcement of a multi-billion-dollar adverse judgment rendered in another country

Tyler is admitted to practice law in California, as well as the Central, Eastern, Northern, and Southern Districts of California.