Chris joined Reich Adell & Cvitan in 2020. He represents public and private sector labor unions and multi-employer trust funds in federal and state court litigation, as well as administrative proceedings and arbitrations, in the areas of labor, employment, and antitrust law.
Prior to joining Reich Adell & Cvitan, Chris worked as an Appellate Law Clerk for the Honorable Anthony J. Navarro of the Colorado Court of Appeals, drafting criminal and civil judicial opinions. He also assisted with the supervision and management of judicial interns and chambers administration.
While at Washington University School of Law, Chris was primary editor of the Washington University Global Studies Law Review and interned for the Organized Crime and Gang Section (OCGS) of the United States Department of Justice. He also provided legal assistance to defendants while participating in the University’s Criminal Justice Clinic with the Missouri State Public Defender. Prior to law school, he was a martial arts instructor and worked in global language and business services as an account executive, where he built and maintained a portfolio of website and software localization clients in the technology and financial services sectors.
Washington University in St. Louis, 2018, J.D.
Washington University in St. Louis, 2018, L.L.M. Negotiation & Dispute Resolution
University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006, B.S., Journalism
Professional Associations and Memberships:
AFL-CIO Union Lawyers Alliance, Member
Colorado Bar Association, Member