Tyler J. Oldenburg


1200 Riverplace Boulevard Suite 800, Jacksonville FL 32207

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Tyler J. Oldenburg’s practice is focused on litigation, including all aspects of business disputes, business torts, creditor’s rights and collection work, shareholder/partnership disputes, non-compete litigation, bankruptcy, real estate litigation, trade secret litigation, medical malpractice, premises liability, and products liability. Mr. Oldenburg also handles a variety of transactional matters, including real estate transactions, business organization, acquisitions and mergers, leases, employment agreements, and shareholder agreements.

Mr. Oldenburg is active in the Jacksonville community. He is a volunteer at The Players Championship at Sawgrass. He is also a member of the Rotary Club of Deerwood. Mr. Oldenburg is a past member of the Advisory Council for the Small Business Development Committee at the University of North Florida (2013-2015). He is also a past board member of Morning Star School in Jacksonville, Florida (2013-2017). 

He is currently a member of the Florida Bar, the Jacksonville Bar Association, the Florida Defense Lawyers Association and the Jacksonville Association of Defense Counsel. Mr. Oldenburg is also an Associate in the Chester Bedell Inn of Court.

Mr. Oldenburg graduated from The Bolles School in Jacksonville.  He received his B.A. in Economics from Emory University and his J.D. from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University.


  • Lead trial counsel in a two-week jury trial successfully defending a municipality in a claim for breach of contract and anticipatory breach of contract, which allegedly caused the plaintiff over $12,500,000.00 in lost profits. America’s CNG, LLC v. City of Lake City, Case No.: 2015-511CA, Columbia County, Florida (Defense Verdict on September 23, 2017, which was affirmed on appeal).


  • Lead trial counsel in a one week bench trial successfully defending three individuals and their company from claims brought by their former employer, which sought both injunctive and monetary relief, for breach of contract (non-compete and non-solicitation provisions), tortious interference, violations of Florida’s Uniform Trade Secrets Act, and violations of Florida’s Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Appsoft Development, Inc. v. Remora, Inc., et al, Case No.: 2013-CA-008813, Duval County, Florida (Defense Verdict entered via Order dated November 29, 2013, which was affirmed on appeal).
  • Lead counsel in a multi-million dollar international dispute between an energy company and its logistics provider concerning services provided by the logistics company in Libya. APR Energy, LLC v. Interconex, Inc., Case No.: 2014-CA-2094, Duval County, Florida.
  • Lead counsel representing a celebrity in a multi-million dollar shareholder dispute concerning the alleged improper payment of distributions stemming from the sale of tens of millions of dollars’ worth of product on the Home Shopping Network (HSN). West v. Smolens, et al, 2015-CA-5720, Palm Beach County, Florida.