Chris is an attorney with a broad practice that includes litigation, insurance recovery, real estate and construction, and worker’s compensation. His experience allows him to provide guidance to his clients on a wide array of issues. Chris has represented businesses of all sizes in state and federal courts as well as in mediation and arbitration.
With a Master of Business Administration from the University of Akron and a Bachelor’s degree in financial management from Clemson University, Chris has the ability to understand how businesses operate and the financial implications behind those issues.
In his free time, Chris serves on the boards of several local non-profit organizations. He is the President and founder of the Andrea Rose Teodosio Memorial Foundation, which has given back to several local non-profit organizations. In 2020, the Ohio State Bar Foundation recognized Chris for his service in the community with the District 11 Community Service Award for Attorneys Under 40. Previously, the Greater Akron Chamber of Commerce also recognized Chris as a “30 for the Future” recipient for his professional and community service accomplishments.
Prior to working at Brouse McDowell, Chris worked for a member of Congress in Washington D.C. and served as a finance tutor at the University of Akron’s College of Business Administration. He currently resides in Munroe Falls with his wife, Katherine, and two children, Charlotte and Ava. He is an avid fan of Clemson and Cleveland sports teams.