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Moye White Continues Strategic Growth on Litigation Team

Christopher McCall joins the firm's trial section


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In Moye White's continued efforts to strategically grow its litigation presence, the firm announced the addition of Christopher McCall to its trial team. 

McCall, an associate attorney, will be joining a portion of the firm that represents industry-leading clients in high-stakes disputes spanning state and federal courts throughout the country. He represents client in civil trials, appeals and government investigations. 

"Our clients, both locally and throughout the U.S. depend on us to consistently lead them to victory in their most critical matters, and as we build on that reputation," says Managing Partner Thomas List.  "I am confident Chris [McCall] will play an important role in successfully guiding our clients into the future.

McCall's experience includes representing clients in state and federal courts throughout the country, and successfully representing companies and individuals in government investigations. His litigation practice covers a wide range of practice areas including business disputes, trade secret disputes, FINRA arbitrations, employment matters and product liability cases.

McCall moves to Moye White from another Denver law firm, where he gained experience in civil litigation, with emphasis on commercial litigation and class action defense. He previously worked as an attorney in Washington, D.C. at an international law firm, where he focused on investigations and litigation related to government procurement and the False Claims Act. He received his law degree from Georgetown University.

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