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Christopher E. Dominguez

Senior Counsel
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Christopher E. Dominguez, a member of the firm’s Business and Commercial Litigation and Corporate Departments, focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, administrative law, white-collar criminal defense, business counseling, and transactions. An experienced and highly successful attorney, Chris first joined Klein DeNatale Goldner after many years as a complex commercial litigation practitioner in Washington, D.C. Chris also has owned and operated successful businesses, which provides him special insight to his business clients’ needs. He previously practiced with the international firm of K&L Gates in Washington, D.C. after earning his J.D. from Columbus School of Law, the Catholic University of America, cum laude, in 1997. Most recently, Chris spent more than two years as a deputy district attorney for Kern County in the White-Collar Unit, prosecuting public corruption and major-fraud cases.

Chris represents companies of all sizes in litigation, strategic planning, and transactions. His representations have ranged from multi-million dollar actions for Fortune 500 companies to high-stake actions for small to mid-sized companies and individuals. Chris has successfully handled matters for his clients in numerous legal subject areas, including breach of multi-million dollar contracts, breach of fiduciary duty, patent litigation, real estate disputes, securities claims, commercial lease disputes, UCC, employment disputes, regulatory challenges before the FDA and EPA, and many more. Chris also represents professionals in administrative proceedings and white-collar defendants in criminal cases. Chris further advises and counsels business clients in corporate planning and transactions. Of Chris’s many assets, one is his ability to expertly and objectively analyze the strengths and weaknesses of his client’s position and efficiently, yet effectively, prepare his client’s matter for the optimal outcome in the most efficient manner possible.

  • Defense of Export Controls Enforcement Actions Coping with U.S. Export Controls, Practicing Law Institute 2005
  • Congressional Response to Hubbard v. United States Restoring the Scope of 18 U.S.C. § 1001. Case 42 Cath. U.L. Rev. 523 1997

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