“My role at Wexler Wallace is to help ensure that the rights of the people are protected from powerful interests, and I find that very fulfilling.”
Chris joined Wexler Wallace in 2016, and quickly became an indispensable member of the team. He lends his time to a number of cases that span the firm’s practice areas, including mass torts, antitrust, and healthcare litigation.
Chris is the primary point-of-contact for information regarding liens and the lien resolution process for the firm’s transvaginal mesh litigation. In addition to this, Chris lends his talents to organizing and assisting with numerous cases, including Asacol, Sears Lawnmowers, Niaspan, and Wisconsin lead poisoning.
Chris attended Carthage College where he received a BA in Criminal Justice. There, he presented his senior thesis at the 2015 National Conference of Undergraduate Research. Chris also participated in a short-term study abroad program to Japan, where he researched Japanese history and cultural responses to both natural and unnatural disasters.