Christopher C. Confer
Chris Confer is a seasoned litigator, having handled and tried to verdict many cases. His trial skills have protected numerous railroads from potential multi-million dollar liability stemming from Federal Employer Liability Act (“FELA”) claims and grade crossing accidents. In addition, Chris has defended several railroads in multiple Federal Railroad Safety Act (“FRSA”) employment law / “whistleblower” actions. Beyond such high-exposure, high-risk cases, Chris has extensive experience with cases involving trucking and transportation, premises liability, property damage, and other torts.
Chris has represented one of the world’s largest fast-food franchises, and one of the country’s largest Short Line railroads. He is also highly regarded by his peers, particularly in matters involving alleged professional liability. He has provided counsel to attorneys, accountants, appraisers, abstractors, corporate directors and officers, and insurance agents and brokers. His work with such professionals has included representing them before professional licensing boards.
Whether he’s representing a Fortune 500 company, an individual or a small company, Chris brings his tireless drive and solid work ethic to get the best possible results. And, above all, Chris values the close relationships he has built with clients over the years, and the opportunity to protect them, whether in the courtroom or boardroom.