Christopher S. Dodrill counsels and represents corporate and individual clients in federal and state courts in Texas and other jurisdictions across the country. Chris has a diverse litigation practice that includes complex commercial disputes, business torts, financial services litigation, data privacy actions, legal malpractice defense, and internal investigations. Chris has significant experience in multi-district litigation and class action defense.
Chris also has high-level experience in state government. As a Deputy Attorney General in West Virginia, Chris supervised a team of 20 lawyers and oversaw litigation involving the administration of the state Medicaid program, services for children and families, public employee grievances, public health issues, state licensing and regulatory boards, and state psychiatric hospital management. Chris also supervised an appellate caseload of approximately 200 cases annually, personally briefing over 50 cases in state and federal courts and arguing 14 times before the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christopher S. Dodrill