LAWYERS

Tyler Bexley is a commercial trial lawyer who is committed to excelling in the courtroom. He has represented small and large businesses and individuals in breach of contract, tortious interference, antitrust, unfair competition, trade secrets, defamation, RICO, fraud, securities, fiduciary duty, and real estate litigation. He has tried cases to juries and judges, secured and defeated injunctions, and obtained dismissals and summary judgments for his clients.

Recently, Tyler served as co-lead trial counsel for an international software company in a federal trade secrets case. Following a two-week jury trial, he obtained a partial jury verdict for his client. He also was part of a trial team that won a complete victory for a bank executive in an enforcement action brought by the Comptroller of the Currency.

While he is dedicated to winning jury trials, Tyler’s advocacy also has helped many of his clients successfully resolve cases before trial. In 2014, he helped a startup telecommunications company obtain a favorable settlement against its Fortune 500 competitor in an antitrust and unfair competition case with nearly a billion dollars at stake. The case settled on the eve of trial after Tyler helped persuade the court to grant summary judgment on the competitor’s antitrust and RICO counterclaims. He also recently won a complete summary judgment for a media defendant in a defamation case.

Before joining RGM, Tyler was an associate in the trial section of a large international law firm for five years. During that time, he represented clients across numerous industries in jury trials and bench trials. He also honed his trial skills by serving as a visiting prosecutor for the City of Grand Prairie, where he served as lead counsel in more than 15 trials.

 

Tyler Bexley

Associate


tyler.bexley@rgmfirm.com | 214-382-9805


Education

University of Texas School of Law

Juris Doctor, with high honors, 2010

Order of Coif, Texas Law Review

Baylor University

Bachelor of Business Administration, 2007

Admissions

Texas Supreme Court; Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals; U.S. District Court for the Northern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas