Tyler M. Helsel is an associate attorney with Schober Schober & Mitchell, S.C. His primary practice areas are Business, Real Estate, and Tax Law. Tyler practices out of both the Oconomowoc and New Berlin offices.
Tyler received his law degree from Marquette University Law School in 2016. While in law school, Tyler was an editor for the Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review, and his article related to municipalities and trademarks was awarded “Comment of the Year” as decided by Marquette Law School faculty. He also competed in the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition in Trademarks. Tyler received a Bachelor of Science in political science with minors in finance and economics from Lake Superior State University, located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, in 2013. While at LSSU, he was a member of the Cross Country and Track teams.
Prior to joining Schober Schober & Mitchell, Tyler practiced consumer and insurance litigation in Milwaukee and municipal law in Racine. This comprehensive experience is pivotal for all aspects of Tyler’s business and real estate practice, and will allow him to start helping you the moment you first speak.
Tyler is admitted to the Wisconsin State Bar.
In his free time, Tyler enjoys golfing, running, reading, and spending time with family and friends. Tyler currently lives in Muskego with his wife, son, and his dog.
- Under Seal But Not Under Law: In Re City of Houston’s Effect on Municipal Insignias, 20 Marq. Intellectual Property L. Rev. (2016).
- Not Everyone Qualifies: A Comparative Look at Antitrust Law and NASCAR’s Charter System, 28 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 235 (2017).