Tyson Kade represents clients before federal agencies and state and federal courts on a broad range of matters involving natural resources and energy law. Tyson provides strategic guidance on Endangered Species Act, National Environmental Policy Act, Marine Mammal Protection Act, Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and Clean Water Act compliance and liability issues, advises on permitting for energy development and hydropower projects, and counsels seafood companies on Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act matters related to West Coast and Alaska fisheries. Tyson also advises a range of Alaskan clients, including Alaska Native corporations, Tribes, and municipal governments, on issues associated with economic and resource development, domestic and international management of subsistence species, and regulatory and permitting compliance.

Tyson serves as the firm's Deputy General Counsel.


University of Washington School of Law J.D., with honors, 2006
Articles Editor, Washington Law Review

Duke University M.E.M., 2000

Davidson College B.S., 1996