Throughout his career Mr. Good has represented individuals to Fortune 500 companies, with matters ranging from general representation to patent infringement lawsuits. Notable cases include representing plaintiff in $1 million judgment in CUFTA (California Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act) matter, representing attorney in $750,000+ legal malpractice action, representing artist in $2 million breach of contract action, representing Fortune 500 and foreign government entities in post-judgment collection matters, representing a business entity in $55 million securities fraud action and representing entity in $26 million patent infringement suit.
A significant part of Chris’ practice is in advising business executives, family offices, entrepreneurs and high net worth individuals. Clients look to him for strategic counsel and tactical input on a wide range of commercial and legal matters including transaction negotiations and related disputes.
As an experienced litigator, he also works on a wide range of other disputes, including over purchase and sale, breach of warranty, fraud and general contractual issues spread over broad industry sectors.
Chris spends considerable time on post-judgment related matters; advising companies, other attorneys and individuals on judgment enforcement mechanisms. Additionally, Chris handles many collections matters on behalf of the firm.
- JD Loyola Law School 2004
- MsC London School of Economics
- 2002 BA UCLA 1999
All California State Courts
United States District Court
Central District of California
- Asset Protection
- Emerging Companies
- Intellectual Property Media &
- Entertainment Personal Injury
- Post Judgment Collections
- Private and Closely Held Corporation
- Representation Products Liability – Mass Torts and Consumer Claims