Dylan focuses his practice on business litigation defense. His experience includes three judicial clerkships─two in federal district courts in Indiana and Tennessee, and one in the Michigan Supreme Court─which gave him an insider’s knowledge of litigation matters across states and court systems. Dylan also worked as a research attorney in the Michigan Court of Appeals, writing reports to the court summarizing the trial court record, providing legal research and analysis, and recommending resolutions. During law school, he worked as a summer associate helping companies on patent copyright and trademark issues and served as a research assistant to Professor Amy Coney Barrett.
When not practicing law, Dylan enjoys giving back to his community in volunteer work, playing pickup soccer, and visiting museums. He is an Eagle Scout.