Summary of Experience
Chris McIntire is a litigation attorney in our Riverside officer where he practices public entity defense, employment law, premise liability and mass tort defense.
As an attorney, Chris has represented public entities in a wide range of disputes, from mass flooding and fire cases, to wrongful death, breach of contract, trip-and-falls and accidents involving traumatic brain injury. He has also represented public entities in employment law, civil rights and police misconduct.
Before becoming a lawyer, Chris served for 23 years in the U.S. Navy, rising through the enlisted ranks from E-2 to E-8, before he retired. He began his military career as a military broadcast and print journalist and eventually because a public affairs and marketing professional.
Loyola Law School, J.D., 2007
State Bar of California
California Lawyers Association
– Labor & Employment Section
– Litigation Section
Changes to handling Medicare Settlements for insurers and TPA (2010)
How Collateral Source Arguments Will Change under Hamilton Meats (2011)
Post-Incident Visual Documentation of Dangerous Conditions on Public Property (2012)
California State Courts
California Supreme Court
United States District Court for the Central District of California