Christopher M. Rodriguez is an associate at Goetz Fitzpatrick whose prior experience portrays an intimate familiarity with all aspects of complex corporate and commercial litigation, arbitration and mediation. Prior to joining the firm, he actively represented clients in state and federal court and private arbitration, focusing on commercial, corporate, contractual, UCC transaction, securities, and trademark matters. Christopher’s practice centers around assisting clients in the construction, banking, hospitality, and financial industries, but his versatile background easily translates to all corporate and commercial concerns.
Christopher received his J.D. in 2013 from Fordham University School of Law, where he served as President of the Student Bar Association, President of the Latin American Law Students Association, and an Associate Editor of the Environmental Law Review. During law school, he clerked with the Honorable Sherry Klein Heitler, J.S.C. and spent a summer living in South Korea interning with Samsung Electronics’s International Legal Team. Prior to law school, Christopher worked for Merrill Lynch’s Legal and Estate Team and received his B.A. from New York University, majoring in both Political Science and Economics.
Christopher is native to the New York Tri-State area, who prides himself in taking an active role in his community and also develops and manages multi-family investment properties in the area. He shows his clients the same dedication that he shows all other facets of his life and approaches each matter with an open-mind backed by a myriad of knowledge and experiences.