Tyler diligently and creatively solves his client’s problems.
Tyler Nemkov represents individuals and large institutions of all kinds in contract disputes, business torts, and administrative and regulatory proceedings. Tyler represents financial institutions in all aspects of litigation. He litigates in state and federal courts, bankruptcy court, and before federal agencies, including a multi-week hearing representing an energy company in front of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Tyler is an active listener who relentlessly strives to provide efficient, yet comprehensive representation. He helps clients figure out where they need to be and then gets them there. He is able to distill complex legal analyses to plain English and communicate that to appropriate audiences.
Prior to joining the firm, Tyler served as a law clerk to Senior Judge Lewis T. Babcock of the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, where he drafted opinions and assisted in the preparation of trials, hearings, and conferences. In law school Tyler completed three judicial internships with other federal and state court judges and an internship with the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
As a Colorado-native, Tyler prides himself on connections to his community. He maintains an active pro bono practice, mostly in federal court.
He is also a Board Member of the Delores Project, a nonprofit providing shelter for adult women and transgender individuals experiencing homelessness and permanent supportive housing to those experiencing housing barriers.
Before he began his career in law, Tyler worked in the food industry as an executive chef and food writer. He also attempts to be an avid gardener. For now, with two young kids, he is lucky to crack an egg before something comes up.
More About Tyler Nemkov
- J.D., University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, 2017
- B.S., with distinction, Journalism, University of Colorado, 2012
- Colorado, 2017
- The Delores Project, Board Member
- William E. Doyle Inn of Court, Member
- Faculty of Federal Advocates, Member
- Senior Judge Lewis T. Babcock, U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
- Press Release, 10/23/2019
- USLAW Compendium, 06/1/2020
- More Than Meats the Eye: An Argument for a Comparative Energy Meat Label Author (online)Denver Law Review, 3/2017
- Webinar |  06/29/2021
- Honors & Recognitions |  04/8/2021
- Insight |  06/1/2020