Mark Tyler represents clients in a variety of complex litigation matters. He supports all phases of litigation and dispute resolution, including legal research, drafting pleadings, expert testimony analysis, and trial preparation.
Prior to law school, Mark obtained a degree in accounting from Portland State University and his Certified Public Accountant license from the State of Oregon. He worked for KPMG as a financial auditor in their Anchorage and Portland offices where he had the opportunity to serve a variety of clients including several Alaska Native Corporations, government and not-for-profit entities, and a number of SEC regulated, publicly-traded companies.
Before joining Miller Nash, Mark worked as a deputy prosecuting attorney for the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, where he represented the state and county in the prosecution of Class B and C felony offenses with a focus on financial crimes. He also previously worked as an assistant district attorney for the State of Alaska, where he represented the state in the prosecution of Class A and Unclassified Felony offenses, conducted negotiations with defense counsel, and participated in frequent court appearances.
- Clark County Bar Association, Member
- J. Reuben Clark Law Society, Member
- Planning Commission for the City of Ridgefield, Washington, Member, 2023-present
- Clark County Volunteer Lawyers, Volunteer