Chris blends economic theory and competition law to help clients build efficient, compliant businesses. His practice focuses on international cartel litigation and investigations, financial services litigation, and health care fraud claims, including allegations of False Claims Act and Anti-Kickback Statute violations. He is experienced in advising a diverse mix of corporate clients—including multi-national manufacturers, medical device providers, pharmaceutical companies, and major financial institutions—when navigating multi-district litigation, national class actions, internal investigations, corporate integrity agreements, civil investigative demands, and regulatory agency subpoenas.
- William & Mary School of Law, 2012, J.D., cum laude, William & Mary Law Review - Lead Article Editor; Moot Court Team; Honor Council
- University of Pittsburgh, 2009, B.S., Economics and Business, summa cum laude, Program Honors in Economics
- State Supreme Court - Pennsylvania