Christopher Good

A boutique law firm in Los Angeles

Christopher Bryan Good


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.

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  • Education

    • JD Loyola Law School 2004
    • MsC London School of Economics
    • 2002 BA UCLA 1999

    Bar Admission

    All California State Courts

    United States District Court

    Central District of California

  • Practice Areas

    • 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