Tyler J. Bexley

Reese Gordon Marketos (Dallas)
Associate

Tyler is a commercial trial lawyer representing plaintiffs and defendants in complex business disputes. He has represented small and large businesses and individuals in a wide range of lawsuits, including breach of contracts, tortious interference, antitrust, unfair competition, trade secrets, defamation, RICO, fraud, securities, fiduciary duty, and real estate litigation. He has tried cases to juries and judges, secured and defeated injunctions, and obtained dismissals and summary judgments for his clients.

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Vinson & Elkins (Washington)

Articles

418 Bulletin

Tyler J. Bexley, William R. Vigdor The U.S. Supreme Court declines to review a Second Circuit ruling permitting a reverse-payment settlement between branded and a generic pharmaceutical manufacturers (Lousiana Wholesale Drug / Bayer)

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A growing consensus among federal courts that so-called “reverse-payment” settlements rarely violate antitrust law has not tempered antitrust enforcement authorities’ opposition to such deals. In the pharmaceutical industry, brand-name drug manufacturers may file patent infringement lawsuits (...)

Tyler J. Bexley, William R. Vigdor The U.S. FTC asks the 11th Circuit to overturn a lower court’s decision to allow a reverse payment settlement between branded and generic pharmaceutical manufacturers (Watson Pharmaceuticals)

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A growing consensus among federal courts that so-called “reverse-payment” settlements rarely violate antitrust law has not tempered antitrust enforcement authorities’ opposition to such deals. In the pharmaceutical industry, brand-name drug manufacturers may file patent infringement lawsuits (...)

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