Tyler Rexhouse advises technology companies on obtaining patent protection and analyzing patent-related risks and opportunities. Tyler manages patent prosecution across a wide range technologies, including semiconductors, photonics, mechanical devices, and others. He has managed several patent portfolios, including those of electric airplanes, wind turbines, and transistor and photonics devices, and has counseled clients on portfolio strategies, especially for clients growing into new business areas. Tyler’s experience also includes pre-litigation negotiation and strategy, infringement analysis, and foreign patent portfolio advisement.

While earning his undergraduate degree, Tyler worked in failure analysis for a large microelectronics manufacturer, giving him valuable experience and perspective on companies’ operations and needs.

* Admitted only in NY. Practice limited to matters and proceedings before federal courts and agencies.


  • Worked on a team that managed several large international patent portfolios, including those related to electric airplanes, semiconductor and photonic devices, and wind turbines.
  • Drafted an appeal brief that successfully persuaded an examiner to rescind a final rejection and issue a notice of allowance.
  • Represented an AI-based electronic health records company before the Patent and Trademark Office.
  • During law school, interned with the technology transfer office that managed the patent portfolios of the State University of New York university system.

Bar Admissions

  • New York
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office


  • Albany Law School, J.D., magna cum laude, May 2021
  • SUNY Polytechnic Institute, College of Nanoscale Sciences and Engineering, B.S., Nanoscale Engineering, May 2018
  • Hudson Valley Community College, A.S., with honors, Biological Sciences



  • New York State Bar Association, Technology and the Legal Profession Committee

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