Schuyler counsels clients regarding complex intellectual property litigation matters.
Schuyler offers practical advice to help clients successfully protect their intellectual property assets. As an IP litigation attorney, he represents clients in patent, copyright, trademark and complex commercial disputes in both state and federal court. Additionally, Schuyler has experience working with clients with various litigation tasks in areas including business and tax litigation, antitrust, constitutional law and employment & labor law.
Schuyler is dedicated to serving the community. He actively works on pro bono cases and intends to continue a pro bono practice throughout his career. In addition, he mentors the Cristo Rey Jesuit High School FIRST Robotics Team.
Prior to joining Fredrikson, Schuyler spent several years working as an IT Engineer for Target Corporation.
Employment & Labor
- Represented clients appealing initial determinations denying unemployment benefits as a student attorney working for the Employment Law Clinic University of Minnesota.
- Represented a non-profit organization in various employment matters, revised its employee handbook and advised it on proper exempt classification for employees as a student attorney working for the Employment Law Clinic University of Minnesota.
- Assisted with several pro bono asylum cases, including assisting individuals seeking asylum with the application process.
- Assisted individuals serving prison sentences after unconstitutionally obtained convictions seek and obtain judicial review of their convictions.
- University of Minnesota Law School, J.D., 2022, cum laude
- Indiana University, B.S., 2009
- Minnesota, 2022
- U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota, 2022
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, 2022
Civic & Professional
- Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches, Board of Directors
- Cristo Rey Jesuit High School FIRST Robotics Team 5278, Volunteer Mentor