Name, Image, and Likeness: A Brief Legal Overview
Tyler Johnson focuses his legal practice at Fraser Stryker on business and corporate law, business succession planning, intellectual property, and real estate. Strategic and diligent, Tyler advises new and established business clients on an array of issues, including business formation, drafting and modifying contracts, and other complex business transactions.
Throughout the matter, Tyler maintains a consistent level of communication with his clients, keeping them updated and ensuring they have clear knowledge of the progress throughout all stages of the matter. As a former athlete, he sees himself as a member of his client’s team. When meeting with his clients, he takes time to get a clear picture of their goals, analyzes all possible avenues and partners with them to work towards finding effective and efficient solutions to achieve their desired results.
Tyler also counsels clients on intellectual property matters. In particular, he assists clients in building and maintain a strong brand through trademark and service mark clearance searches and the preparation of federal and state applications. He also assists them with licensing and defense of their intellectual property.
Tyler earned his Juris Doctor from the Creighton University School of Law in 2018. While in law school, he received a CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Mergers and Acquisitions and was a National Moot Court Team Member. Tyler received a B.A. in Economics and Finance, cum laude, from Wayne State College, where he played football for the Wildcats and earned several academic collegiate awards. When Tyler is not practicing law, he enjoys traveling, watching sports, and playing golf.
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award: Mergers and Acquisitions
- Member – National Moot Court Team
- Division II Athletic Directors Association Academic Achievement Award Winner
- Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference, All-Academic Team
- Presidential Scholar Athlete Award
- Nebraska State Bar Association
- Omaha Bar Association
- Author, “Protecting Your Client’s Public Benefits: Preventing Your Success from Becoming Your Client’s Distress.” The Nebraska Lawyer, vol. 23, issue no. 5, Sept./Oct. 2020
- Contributor, “Business Plans Still Important and With Technology, Easier Too.” Midlands Business Journal, vol. 45, issue no. 37, Sept. 27, 2019
- J.D., Creighton University School of Law, 2018
- B.S., Business Administration, dual concentration in Economics and Finance, cum laude, Wayne State College, 2014