Christopher Clark is an Associate in the Litigation Department. He represents clients in trust and estates litigation, government and administrative litigation, and commercial litigation at the trial and appellate levels in both state and federal court. Christopher also provides advice and counsel to many corporate clients regarding the legal and regulatory framework relating to expansion into statewide and national markets.
Prior to joining the Firm, Christopher was an associate at a Florida Insurance Defense Litigation firm handling a large portfolio of insurance claims in various practice areas. Additionally, he was an Assistant State Attorney for the State Attorney’s Office in the Second Judicial Circuit where he managed all aspects of a felony caseload from arraignment through trial for approximately 160-200 cases. He was also responsible for handling appeals of discrete criminal procedure issues in County Court proceedings and felony post-conviction appeals in Circuit Court.
Christopher previously served in the United States Marine Corps as a Military Police Officer where he worked as a Police Patrol Supervisor and conducted humanitarian aid missions related to Operation Tomadachi in Japan following the Tohuko Earthquake.
- Conducted depositions, mediations, and dispositive motion hearings in multiple practice areas including complex products liability, bodily injury, premises liability, and construction law.
- Defended the Florida Department of Corrections and other State entities in various civil rights, dental malpractice, construction defect, and tort actions.
- Served as lead attorney on complex products liability suit with multimillion-dollar exposure in the United States Northern District of Florida.
- Defended matters involving corporate shareholder disputes, commercial property and contract disputes, and class actions involving the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
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