Tyler Grim practices in the areas of commercial litigation, bankruptcy, business torts, and personal injury defense. Tyler has represented businesses, creditors, shareholders, and other entities in complex business disputes and adversary matters in both state court and federal bankruptcy court.
Prior to joining Thorpe Shwer, Tyler was an associate at a nationally recognized business litigation and bankruptcy boutique firm for three years. He also previously served as a director at a financial advisory firm and has extensive experience providing bankruptcy, restructuring, transactional and litigation support services to local, regional, and national clients in distressed situations.
While in law school, Tyler served two judicial externships, in 2008 for Magistrate Judge David Duncan, U.S. District Court, District of Arizona, and in 2009 for Hon. Daniel A. Barker of the Arizona Court of Appeals.
Obtained a successful ruling for local restauranteurs in state court fair market value evidentiary hearing in connection with a deficiency action involving secured debt in excess of $3.5 million.
Obtained allowance in full of secured creditors’ claim in excess of $3.7 million following three day evidentiary hearing in bankruptcy adversary proceeding.
Represented large medical billing company in appellate proceeding involving non-compete, trade secrets, and unfair competition claims.
Represented various clients in alternative dispute resolution proceedings.
Represented bankruptcy litigation trustee in various adversary proceedings and evidentiary hearings involving preference and fraudulent transfer claims.