Chris is a commercial litigation attorney with nearly 20 years’ experience in representing clients in complex cases.  He has significant experience in litigating contract disputes, employment discrimination matters, antitrust and securities lawsuits, partnership and shareholder disputes, and complicated real estate transactions.

In addition to his commercial litigation practice, Chris has experience in handling financial services disputes such as creditors’ rights, foreclosures and confessions of judgments, executions of judgments, and bankruptcy. 

Prior to joining our firm, Chris worked for three large law firms in the Philadelphia area.  He has litigated cases in federal and state courts and arbitration forums such as the American Arbitration Association and FINRA.


  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Philadelphia Bar Association, Federal Courts Committee


Villanova Law School, J.D., 2001, Villanova Law Review

University of Delaware, B.A., 1998, Phi Beta Kappa

Bar & Court Admission

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

State of New Jersey

  • Successfully defended a former employee against alleged violations of the federal and Pennsylvania Stored Communications Acts.
  • Represented a foreign real estate developer in a multi-million dollar lawsuit involving claims of fraud and conspiracy.
  • Prosecuted gender discrimination and retaliation claims on behalf of a terminated employee against her former employer.
  • Successfully defended a multinational company against a class action lawsuit filed in courts across the country.
  • Litigated disputes involving consumer protection laws and consumer fraud acts in federal and Pennsylvania courts.
  • Represented lenders and borrowers in prosecuting and defending against confessions of judgments filed in Pennsylvania courts.

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