For corporate clients, Chris helps them navigate the various political, financial, and reputational challenges that litigation can present. By learning where each case fits in his clients’ broader objectives, he tailors comprehensive litigation plans that help each person look forward and stay on track. As objectives can shift during a case’s lifespan, Chris’ flexible representation remains focused on helping each client achieve the best outcomes.
For individual clients, many of whom are facing their first lawsuit, they gain an advocate who can clearly explain the legal process and strategies involved. Chris knows how medical malpractice claims are very personal, often deeply affecting his clients’ lives. So, he works hard to guide and protect his clients in every step.
In his spare time, he competes in tennis tournaments with the United States Tennis Association. Chris Enjoys reading historical non-fiction.
•CALI Award in Products Liability, 2013
by Ralph Ellison
•Achieved dismissal of Section 1983 claims of deliberately indifferent medical care, First Amendment violations, and various due process claims in Virginia state and federal courts, as well as federal court in Colorado.
•Richmond Animal League
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