Tyler Brimmer focuses his practice in the areas of commercial, employment, aviation, and general civil litigation, as well as advising his clients in corporate, employment, and business matters. Tyler’s goal is to be a resource for his clients and a zealous advocate for their best interest. He takes pride in working with his clients to find practical, cost-effective solutions to their legal problems and giving them the advice they need to operate their businesses in an increasingly complex legal and regulatory environment.
Tyler handles a wide variety of cases ranging from contract, business and shareholder disputes, employment, non-compete and wrongful competition claims, aviation-related contract, property damage, personal injury matters, commercial real estate disputes, and insurance matters. He has successfully represented small and medium sized businesses, governmental entities, insurers, and individual clients in a wide variety of state and federal litigation matters.
He graduated from the DePaul University College of Law Summa Cum Laude (top 5% of his class) and is a LaSallian Honors graduate of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. He also studied at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
During law school, Tyler was a member of the DePaul Law Review and the Order of the Coif, clerked as an extern at the Illinois Appellate Court, and earned a CALI Award.
DePaul College of Law (J.D., Summa Cum Laude, Order of the Coif)
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota (BA International Business, BA Human Resource Management)
State Bar Admissions:
Federal Bar Admissions:
US District Court, District of Minnesota
Named a Minnesota “Rising Star” (an honor given only to 2.5% of lawyers in Minnesota) in 2017.
Professional Memberships and Associations:
Amdahl Inn of Court
Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI)
The Rest of the Story:
Tyler and his wife live in the southwest metro. He spends as much time as possible outdoors fishing and enjoying everything Minnesota has to offer. He also enjoys traveling, spending time with his family, and trying (unsuccessfully) to convince his wife to stop being a Packers fan.