TYLER R. DOWDALL
Tyler R. Dowdall is an associate at Epport, Richman & Robbins, LLP, experienced in the practice of commercial, banking, and business related litigation matters. Mr. Dowdall has successfully litigated contract disputes, business tort disputes (including negligence, conspiracy, fraud, breach of warranty, breach of fiduciary duty, and interference with contractual and prospective business relationships) and similar matters. Mr. Dowdall has represented clients in both state and federal courts, including the Central District of California, Eastern District of California, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mr. Dowdall received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 2004 from the University of Southern California, where he was a recipient of both a Dean's Scholarship, and the prestigious Leadership Scholarship. Mr. Dowdall then earned a Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles in 2008. While in law school, Mr. Dowdall a participant in the exclusive Hobbs Trial Advocacy Program, through which Mr. Dowdall became a Certified Law Clerk for the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office. Mr. Dowdall spent a semester externing in the Compton Courthouse, and was able to prosecute numerous cases as lead trial counsel. Mr. Dowdall won every case he took to trial.
Mr. Dowdall was admitted to the California State Bar and the United States District Court for the Central District of California in 2008. Mr. Dowdall was admitted to the United States District Court for the Eastern District in 2009, and was admitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in 2010. Mr. Dowdall has been admitted pro hac vice in Colorado, and has handled matters in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida and the District of Arizona. Mr. Dowdall has also litigated matters in Nevada and Texas.
Know Your Rights: The New Credit Card Act. Lawdragon (June 2009).
Co-author, Increased Scrutiny May Not Pay Dividends for Goldman's Clients. Los Angeles Daily Journal (April 2012).
Author, Fannie and Freddie Lose a Taxing Ordeal. Los Angeles Daily Journal (June 22, 2012).