EDUCATION1993, B.A., Boston College
2001, J.D., Suffolk University Law School
BAR ADMISSIONSMassachusetts Rhode Island
COURT ADMISSIONSU.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts
Business and Commercial Litigation
MEMBERSHIPS & AWARDS
Christopher Howe’s primary areas of practice are aviation defense, products liability, toxic tort and personal injury litigation, as well as employment law and commercial litigation. Chris is a member of the firm’s aviation practice and asbestos group. He has represented foreign and domestic airlines and companies in cases involving wrongful death, personal injury, premises liability and subrogation.
Chris has extensive experience handling all aspects of litigation in both federal and state jurisdictions, including conducting and defending discovery and trial depositions, drafting and arguing motions, mediation, arbitration and working with expert witnesses.
- Northeast Hospital Corporation vs. Construction Client
- After almost four years of litigation, Worcester County Superior Court issues a ruling for Rule 26 (b) (2) and (b) (3)Class Decertified
- Beverly Shuman v. Temple Ner Tamid, Arlyne Greenspan, and The Religious School Committee
- Goodwin v. British Airways PLC
- American Bar Association
- Massachusetts Bar Association
After almost four years of litigation, Worcester County Superior Court issues a ruling for Rule 26 (b) (2) and (b) (3)Class Decertified
On September 4, 2014, the Worcester County Superior Court decertified a class of present and future inmates of the Worcester County House of Correction forcibly extracted from their cells by Corrections Officers using pepper spray and FN 303 less lethal launchers. The inmates claim that the forcible cell extractions constituted cruel and unusual punishment and…