Christopher R. Boll is an associate with Foley & Lardner LLP, and a member of the Transactional & Securities Practice.
During law school, Mr. Boll interned with GE Capital and received the Henry Hubschman Fellowship at GE Capital Aviation Services. Before pursuing a legal career, Mr. Boll was an investment banking associate with Falls River Group, LLC, and IMAP, Inc., where he advised and consulted on joint ventures, acquisitions, mergers, and other strategic ventures in various industries and stages of corporate lifecycles. While attending the University of Michigan, Mr. Boll co-founded and ran two internet-based businesses focused on college life in Ann Arbor.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christopher R. Boll
Christopher Boll is an associate with Foley Lardner, and he was selected for a 2019 National Law Review Go-To Thought Leadership award for his contributions focusing on Transportation Law. Specifically, Boll provides insight and interpretation of legislation around the impact of autonomous vehicles. His articles present a nuanced view of how self-driving cars, ridesharing, and scooters - as well as the developing field of autonomous transportation in general - impacts traffic, road conditions, and urban planning.