About Christopher Frost:+1-424-407-4119
Pepperdine University School of Law
J.D., summa cum laude
University of Oklahoma
Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals
Central District of California
Northern District of California
District of Colorado
California state courts
Christopher Frost is the Firm’s Chair of Litigation. He has a broad-based practice, in which he represents clients throughout the United States and in countries such as Lebanon, China, Taiwan, Ireland, Saudi Arabia, and Canada. Often described as “relentless” and “fiercely protective,” Chris takes an unapologetically aggressive approach to litigation, recognizing that his clients deserve the best and most vigorous, yet cost effective, representation.
Chris has more than 20 years of experience in, among other areas, antitrust class actions, trade secret disputes, employment litigation, real estate litigation, entertainment disputes, general commercial matters, contract disputes, fraud and business tort litigation, insurance coverage disputes, consumer class actions, and shareholder and partnership disputes. Chris also advises clients on labor and employment issues. He has also served as Special Litigation Counsel in numerous bankruptcy proceedings, and has appeared and argued before the California Court of Appeal and Ninth Circuit United States Court of Appeals. Chris has served as a consultant on American law issues in multimillion dollar litigation in Ireland and Canada. He has also served as a law professor, both full-time and adjunct, where he has taught courses in Civil Procedure, Conflict of Laws, and Advanced Trial Practice.
Representative clients include professional athletes; music industry professionals; real estate developers; landscape designers; product manufacturers and distributors; private equity funds; cannabis companies; internet startups; art and fashion magazines; producers and production companies; service industry providers; charitable and non-profit organizations; medical and dental professionals; newspaper publishers; and entrepreneurs.