Tyler H. Morris, an associate of the firm, works primarily with the firm's Class Action and Complex Litigation practice group.
Tyler earned his B.A. in Leadership Studies and English from the University of Richmond in 2010, and received his J.D., with a certificate in Business Law, from Brooklyn Law School in 2015. While in law school, Tyler interned with the New York Attorney General’s Office in the Consumer Fraud Bureau, and as an intern with New York Administrative Law Judge, Hon. David Paul. In addition, Tyler was an Executive Notes and Comment Editor for the Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law, where he published his note, “Too Big To Jail: The Lack of Suitable Culpability Elements in the Liability of Principals” (9 BROOK. J. CORP. FIN. & COM. L. 335 (2014)).
Prior to joining the firm, Tyler served as in-house counsel at the Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association (SIFMA), a trade association that advocates on legislation, regulation and business policy affecting the financial sector.
Tyler is admitted to practice in the State of New York.