Christopher Vincent is a senior litigator with extensive experience litigating complex commercial matters for large and small public and private companies and individuals. He has litigated and tried cases in courts and arbitration tribunals throughout California.
Christopher Vincent has represented a wide variety of clients, including large and small public and private companies, government entities, and individuals. He has a broad range of experience in complex litigation, having handled matters involving antitrust litigation, business torts, consumer credit litigation on behalf of a national banking client, and public entity defense. Mr. Vincent has extensive experience in state and federal courts throughout California, as well as in mediation and arbitration. He has handled all phases of the litigation process, from initial investigations through appeals, and he has provided counseling to clients on a variety of regulatory issues.
Mr. Vincent started his career at Latham & Watkins LLP, after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2003. Mr. Vincent joined Ogloza Fortney in 2016. Before joining Ogloza Fortney, Mr. Vincent also worked at the law firm of Leone & Alberts, where he represented public entities in civil rights, ADA, dangerous condition of public property, and employment matters. While at Leone & Alberts, Mr. Vincent recently helped secure summary judgment on behalf of a school district defendant in an action involving civil rights and other federal and state claims brought in the Northern District of California (Garedakis v. Brentwood Union Sch. Dist., No. 14-CV-4799-PJH, 2016 WL 1718270 (N.D. Cal. Apr. 29, 2016)). Mr. Vincent also recently authored an appeal that successfully reversed a trial court’s decision in favor of an employee who was seeking additional compensation from her community college employer (Hott v. Coll. of the Sequoias Cmty. Coll. Dist., 3 Cal. App. 5th 84 (2016)).