For over a decade, Christopher K. Smith, partner at Lash & Goldberg LLP, has represented Fortune 500 companies, boutique businesses, and other individuals in arbitration, litigation, and investigations throughout Florida and the United States, including Alabama, New York, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
Focusing on complex litigation, health care litigation and employment litigation, Chris’s most recent experience includes successfully litigating dozens of multimillion dollar disputes for hospital corporations, and successfully challenging a public hospital district’s improper use of taxpayer funds.
Additionally, Chris was recognized as a Top Up & Comer in the 2022 South Florida Legal Guide. He is active in pro bono work, previously representing a Florida inmate at trial in a 1983 Civil Rights action in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida and also serving on the Court Appointed Special Advocates-New York City (CASA-NYC) Executive Committee of the Junior Board of Directors from 2012-2014. Chris has served as a committee member for the Miami Children’s Museum and continues to participate in various volunteer organizations and pro bono activities in Miami, Florida.
Chris received a joint law degree and M.B.A. with a concentration in finance from Emory University. He attended Duke University receiving an undergraduate degree in philosophy and psychology.
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