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Christopher Weil is a partner in the Mintz Group’s Washington, D.C. office who specializes in complex litigation and public-policy disputes. He co-heads the firm’s international asset tracing unit and leads the firm’s antitrust practice. Chris joined the Mintz Group as an investigator in 1999 and has held senior investigator roles in both the New York and Washington, DC offices of the firm.
Chris has conducted investigations in a wide variety of industries, from manufacturing to logistics to the financial services sector. Recently he has led inquiries into an international real-estate developer’s claims that our client injured his business; a foreign manufacturer’s use of alter-egos to evade trade sanctions; and a multinational company’s efforts to protect its assets during an arbitration proceeding.
In the public-policy arena, he has extensive experience developing evidence to support our clients’ policy claims, profiling our clients’ opposition, and developing evidence and witnesses for public hearings.
Chris’s investigations have included work throughout the world, most recently in China, Argentina, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and the United Kingdom.
Chris is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, where he concentrated in anthropology and social history.
Chris was recognized as a leading practitioner in Who’s Who Legal Asset Recovery 2016 Expert Analysis. His asset tracing practice was commended for his “highly intelligent and responsive manner.”
He can be reached in our Washington, D.C. office at (202) 887-9100.