Tyler M. Cunningham

Sheppard Mullin (San Francisco)
Lawyer (Associate)

Tyler Cunningham is an associate in the Antitrust and Trade Regulation Practice Group in Sheppard Mullin’s San Francisco office. Mr. Cunningham’s practice focuses on antitrust and unfair competition litigation and complex commercial class actions. His practice encompasses a wide array of industries including semiconductors, electronic equipment, consumer credit and media. Mr. Cunningham was formerly a journalist for the San Francisco Daily Journal and the Oakland Tribune, among other local publications.

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Sheppard Mullin (Los Angeles)

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Tyler M. Cunningham The California Supreme Court applies the continuous accrual doctrine to actions under the unfair competition law finding that each overcharge shall give rise to a separate claim (Aryeh / Canon Business Solutions)

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California Supreme Court Resolves Split Over Accrual Rules for Unfair Competition Claims* The California Supreme Court has offered hope to plaintiffs facing statute of limitations problems under California’s Unfair Competition Law, holding that special rules for calculating accrual dates for (...)

Jr. Don T. Hibner, Tyler M. Cunningham The Kansas Supreme Court holds that the district judge erred in his demand for proof of a "concrete injury" in the price fixing of women’s accessories (O’Brien / Leegin Creative Leather Prods)

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Kansas Supreme Court Declares “Rule of Reason” Inapplicable to Kansas Antitrust Law; Legislature May Have a Different Idea* In Leegin Creative Leather Prods., Inc. v. PSKS, Inc., 551 U.S. 877 (2007), the U.S. Supreme Court expressly overruled the categorical ban on vertical price fixing (...)

Tyler M. Cunningham A US Court of Appeals finds that the plaintiff failed to meet its burden to show that the revenue-sharing was obviously anticompetitive and expresses no opinion on the legality of the arrangement under the rule of reason (State of California / Safeway)

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Grocers’ Revenue-Sharing Deal Deserves More Than a Quick Look, Ninth Circuit Holds* A revenue-sharing agreement among grocery stores, designed to help the stores weather targeted strikes by employees during labor strife, is not shielded from antitrust scrutiny by virtue of the non-statutory (...)

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