Tyler Garrett is a sophisticated corporate attorney helping clients transact in a variety of industries, including in the Cannabis, Web3, and Artificial Intelligence spaces. In 2017, Tyler graduated from Brigham Young University, cum laude, with a bachelor’s in English Language and a minor in Editing. In 2021, he graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law, a top-ten law school, where he focused his studies on commercial transactions and corporate governance. During this time, Tyler also worked in-house for a large outdoor retailer, as well as for Jones Day, a large, international law firm. After graduation, Tyler secured his Texas bar license and returned to work for Jones Day in Dallas. He is still actively licensed to practice in Texas. Eventually, Tyler secured his Arizona bar license and returned to Phoenix, where he continues to represent corporate clients across many industries.
Tyler grew up in Gilbert, Arizona, before moving to Sacramento, California (where he finished high school). Having lived all over the country, Tyler and his young son are excited to be putting down roots here in the Valley. When he’s not servicing clients, Tyler can be found doing yoga, hiking, bouldering, camping, and exploring our beautiful state with his son.
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By Paul Coble, Chair of Rose Law Group Technology, AI and IP departments email@example.com Artificial Intelligence tools are quickly becoming a part of businesses in every industry. AI tools can dramatically increase efficiency and elicit new business insights from existing company data streams. But using the wrong AI tool for the wrong business purposes can introduce unnecessary risk and potentially dedicate
By InBusiness Phoenix Rose Law Group, a full-service law firm and Arizona’s largest woman-founded law firm announced the expansion of its practice with the addition of the new Intellectual Property Department and its chair, Paul Coble, an accomplished technology attorney. This strategic move demonstrates Rose Law Group’s commitment to bolstering its extensive focus and capabilities with AI and Web3 technologies. The announcement of the enhanced Intellectual Property Department includes a wide range of services advising clients on patent and trademark applications, conducting trademark
Walmart and Unity to bring immersive commerce to games and apps; the ‘future of shopping’ has arrived, says Eduardo Dávalos, Rose Law Group director of metaverse planning and design
By Rose Law Group Reporter Walmart and Unity, the world’s leading platform for creating and growing real-time 3D (RT3D) content, today announced plans to give Unity developers the ability to integrate Walmart’s commerce APIs directly into their games and apps. This enables creators to sell physical items in RT3D experiences across 20+ platforms, unlocking new ways to connect customers’ virtual and