Tyler C. Vanderpool, Esq.
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Tyler C. Vanderpool was born and raised in Jacksonville, Arkansas. Mr. Vanderpool obtained Bachelor of Arts degrees in Communication Studies and Philosophy and a Master of Arts degree in Communication Studies from Arkansas State University. While attending Arkansas State University, Mr. Vanderpool was a member of the university’s debate team, during which he won both the 2004 Pi Kappa Delta National Championship and the 2007 Montgomery Cup international championship.
Mr. Vanderpool earned his Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. During law school, Mr. Vanderpool was a staff writer for Loyola’s Entertainment Law Review, the president of the Entertainment & Sports Law Society, a member of the Entertainment Moot Court Team, and the founding member of the Transactional Negotiation Team. Tyler also served as a research assistant for Professor Robert Brain, and contributed to the first textbook relating to video game law.
Tyler began his legal career as a Business Representative for Residuals Contracts at SAG-AFTRA, where he successfully recovered over $7,000,000 in residuals due to performers from the distribution of theatrical, television, and new media productions. Mr. Vanderpool has also worked as a government relations associate in his home state of Arkansas and, upon admission to the California State Bar, as an attorney at a Los Angeles-based personal injury firm.
Mr. Vanderpool joined RosenSaba, LLP in 2015, and represents corporate clients and individuals in business, entertainment, employment, and consumer litigation. Tyler also provides critical support in large-scale electronic discovery matters and is a member of the Beverly Hills Bar Association.