Schuyler is an intellectual property litigation attorney who counsels clients regarding complex IP litigation matters with a focus on copyright and trademark infringements.
Schuyler offers practical advice to help clients successfully protect their intellectual property assets. He represents clients in patent infringement and litigation, copyright, trademark and complex commercial disputes in both state and federal courts including the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), International Trade Commission (ITC), and the Appeal Board. Additionally, Schuyler has experience working with clients in areas including business and tax litigation, antitrust, constitutional law and employment & labor law.
With a strong commitment to client success, Schuyler strives to deliver tailored and strategic intellectual property law solutions that protect and enforce intellectual property rights to his clients. Schuyler has assisted litigation cases involving mechanical devices, electronics, enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation projects, software code and computer hardware.
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.
- Malark Enterprises, Inc. v. Malark et al. – District of Minnesota
- IndustryBuilt Software Ltd. v. Wyandot USA, LLC – District of Delaware
- Lund Motion Products, Inc. d/b/a AMP Research v. Rough Country, LLC – District of Delaware
- In the Matter of Certain Automated Retractable Vehicle Steps and Components Thereof – Rough Country, LLC – International Trade Commission (ITC)
- Sterckx BV, et al. v. TableMation Studios, LLC – International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), American Arbitration Association (AAA)
- Rodriguez v. Rodriguez – Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals
- Represented a respondent in an investigation instituted by the International Trade Commission (ITC) relating to aftermarket truck parts. Schuyler, along with his team, succeeded in achieving termination of the investigation as to the client without the need for a merits hearing.
Employment & Labor
- Represented clients appealing initial determinations denying unemployment benefits as a student attorney working for the Employment Law Clinic at the University of Minnesota Law School.
- Assisted a non-profit organization with various employment matters, including revising its employee handbook to align with legal requirements and advising it on proper exempt classifications for employees as a student attorney working for the Employment Law Clinic at the University of Minnesota Law School.
- Assisted individuals seeking asylum in the United States, including assisting clients with the asylum application process and representing them in removal proceedings.
- Assisted individuals serving prison sentences for unconstitutionally obtained convictions seek post-conviction relief 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
North Star Lawyer, Minnesota State Bar Association, 2022
Civic & Professional
- Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches, Board of Directors
- Cristo Rey Jesuit High School FIRST Robotics Team 5278, Volunteer Mentor