Tyler Cragg was chosen by Washington and Lee University School of Law faculty as the most accomplished student in commercial law.
Tyler litigates a broad spectrum of disputes in all of Delaware’s federal and state courts, leveraging his background in the sciences to his clients’ advantage. His practice focuses on commercial litigation—involving breach of contract, fraud, noncompete, and trade secret claims in the Delaware Superior Court’s Complex Commercial Litigation Division and Court of Chancery—as well as intellectual property litigation—involving semiconductor and pharmaceutical patents—in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware.
While in law school, Tyler interned for the Honorable John A. Parkins Jr. of the Delaware Superior Court. Tyler gained recognition from the Washington and Lee University School of Law faculty as the most accomplished student in commercial law, receiving the Roy L. Steinheimer Jr. Commercial Law Award.
Tyler previously worked at a Washington, D.C. think tank where he contributed to technology policy related to the gig economy and the internet of things, sparking his interest in the legal impact of emerging technologies.
Prior to law school, Tyler researched novel thin film sensors for the petrochemical industry involving solid-state vaporchromic platinum compounds.