Chris Queenin is an experienced litigator who helps his clients navigate complex business disputes and regulatory matters in a variety of areas, including telecommunications, data security, transportation, gaming, healthcare, real estate, and construction.
I help clients in highly regulated industries solve their business problems. Achieving successful outcomes for these clients requires an intimate understanding of their business, including the regulatory and legal framework governing their industry.
My experience runs the gamut, from litigating commercial disputes for emerging and innovative tech companies and start-ups, to defending industry leaders in false claims act investigations and litigation. Much of my work involves both civil and criminal components, and I often work closely with our Government Investigations & White Collar Defense team to cover all angles.
I believe effective representation requires a one-on-one approach with a client in order to build trust and show commitment to the client and business. My goal is to be a trusted advisor and partner—not simply an advocate.
I see more companies in highly regulated, competitive industries working to proactively manage any potential legal risks with their innovative business strategies in order to avoid (or efficiently resolve) claims by customers, investors, consumers, vendors, or contractors, as well as government enforcement matters.
Banking Law Journal | April 26, 2022
This contributed article by Complex Disputes partners Chris Queenin in Boston and Chris Mason in New York, and Boston partner and Privacy & Technology group leader Jason Kravitz, covers the new federal rule requiring financial institutions to report certain high-risk computer-security incidents within 36 hours after the incident occurs, following a trend of increased federal oversight involving cybersecurity.
Financial Institutions & Banking Disputes Alert | 02.16.22
Trending | 12.02.20
Privacy Alert | 01.31.20
Gaming Law Alert | 01.24.20
Boston College, J.D.
University of Michigan, B.A.
Chris is a member of the Massachusetts and Boston bar associations.