Harvard Law School, J.D., 2016
University of California, Irvine, B.A., 2013
O'Melveny & Myers LLP (2016-2019)
Schilling Law Group, PC (2019-2021)
Tyler Hunt, Esq. (2021-Present)
Tyler Hunt, Esq.
Trusted Advisor | Problem Solver
Mr. Hunt graduated from Harvard Law School in 2016.
While at Harvard, Mr. Hunt served as Executive Editor of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy and Editor of the Harvard Business Law Review. Mr. Hunt volunteered as a student advocate in the Harvard Transactional Law Clinics.
Mr. Hunt externed at the United States Attorney's Office for the Central District of California, where he supported assistant U.S. attorneys in the prosecution of federal crimes.
Big Law Experience
After graduating from Harvard Law, Mr. Hunt began his career as a business litigator at the Los Angeles-based international law firm O’Melveny & Myers LLP. Mr. Hunt worked in the firm's Newport Beach office and worked on numerous high-profile cases including the multidistrict opioids litigation and AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner. Mr. Hunt also represented numerous household names including Johnson & Johnson, Uber, Skechers, and Brookdale Senior Living.
Mr. Hunt then joined Newport Beach-based litigation boutique Schilling Law Group, PC, where he represented Southern California companies such as Signal Hill Petroleum and consulting firm Profit Recovery Partners, LLC.
Solo Attorney Experience
Since hanging up his own shingle, Mr. Hunt has represented actors, authors, influencers, rocket scientists, technology companies, real estate companies, international businesses, and fellow attorneys.
Mr. Hunt has represented clients in a wide variety of matters including business formation, contract negotiation, trademark, privacy, business litigation, and mediation.
Small Business Mindset and Pricing
Mr. Hunt grew up in a small business family. His father has for decades operated a fire sprinkler installation and repair company in Orange County.
Given his background, Mr. Hunt is sensitive to the hurdles and hardships facing small businesses, and the fact that legal bills can rank chief among them.
Mr. Hunt can help you address today’s risks and challenges, and plan for the risks and challenges you may face tomorrow.
In the Community
Mr. Hunt has maintained an active pro bono practice. Mr. Hunt has offered his services to numerous organizations including the Public Law Center, the Emergency Shelter Coalition, and Compassion & Choices. Mr. Hunt has also volunteered as a Special Deputy City Attorney for the City of Redondo Beach.
In 2017, O'Melveny & Myers LLP recognized Mr. Hunt for his "Outstanding Contributions to Pro Bono Legal Services."
Mr. Hunt's Asian-American Roots
Mr. Hunt is half Korean and his mother immigrated to the United States from the Republic of Korea in the 1970s. In university, Mr. Hunt volunteered at the US-Korea Law Foundation and assisted the Foundation with editing the first edition of its comparative law textbook, Laws of Korea. In law school, Mr. Hunt was a member of the Harvard Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA).