Tyler J. Bellis, Partner


PHONE: (503) 412-3502
EMAIL: tylerb@mcewengisvold.com

PRACTICE AREAS: Tyler represents clients in the areas of real estate, business and commercial litigation.



Tyler represents individual and institutional clients in civil litigation with an emphasis on real estate and business disputes.  Prior to joining McEwen Gisvold in 2010, Tyler served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Eric J. Bloch in the Multnomah County Circuit Court.



Tyler joined McEwen Gisvold in 2010 after clerking for Judge Bloch of the Multnomah County Circuit Court for two years after law school.  He has a broad range of experience in real estate and business litigation, debtor-creditor issues and bankruptcy, commercial and residential foreclosures and evictions, and construction defect litigation.  Tyler has represented a wide variety of clients, including individuals, property owners, small businesses, contractors, sureties, title insurance companies and financial institutions.

Tyler handles all aspects of litigation and represents clients at trial in state and federal court.  As lead counsel, Tyler has obtained successful judgments for clients in lawsuits involving claims for breach of contract, fraud, elder abuse, quiet title, partition and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act.  Tyler has also practiced in bankruptcy court, the Oregon Court of Appeals and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.   

Tyler served on the Board of Directors for the Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyers Section and served on the Board of Directors for the Campaign for Equal Justice. 

University of Oregon School of Law, Juris Doctor (2008)
Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation
University of Oregon, Bachelor of Sciences (2004)

Oregon State Bar
Multnomah Bar Association
American Bar Association
MBA YLS, Board of Directors (2014-17)
Campaign for Equal Justice, Board of Directors (2015-2017)

Big Brothers Big Sisters, Youth Mentor

Oregon State Courts
United States District Court, District of Oregon
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Oregon