Christopher M. Albert
Chris Albert’s practice focuses on litigation of commercial, personal injury and family law disputes. His practice includes family law cases including divorce, child-custody, visitation, marital property division, and asset tracing in the Family Courts throughout North Texas. His practice also covers a broad range of business and commercial litigation as well as personal injuries from auto accidents, premises liability, slip and falls and dog bites among others. His experience includes, labor and employment disputes, both employer and employee-side issues in the enforcement of non-compete and other employment agreements, trade secret litigation, construction litigation, directors’ and officers’ liability litigation, disputes between executives, owners, minority and majority shareholders of business entities and partnerships, fiduciary litigation, personal injury, medical malpractice, appellate issues and large commercial bankruptcy litigation.
Chris graduated from Baylor University in 2000 with both his Juris Doctor and M.B.A. degrees. While in law school, Chris worked as a judicial extern for the Honorable Jane J. Boyle, United States District Judge for the Northern District of Texas. Early in his career, Chris gained invaluable experience handling cases for insurance defense, family law and bankruptcy boutiques. As his practice matured, it has evolved into handling complex commercial litigation, including employment agreement/non-compete disputes, trade secret litigation, personal injury matters, medical malpractice cases, and family law disputes.
Chris is admitted to practice by the Supreme Court of the United States; the Texas Supreme Court; the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit; the United States District and Bankruptcy Courts for the Northern, Eastern, Southern and Western Districts of Texas and all Courts of the State of Texas. Chris has been a certified Civil and Family law mediator since 1998 and served for years as an outside mediator for the E.E.O.C. He is regularly appointed to serve as mediator by multiple courts in Dallas County. Chris is also active in Dallas on a local level and has served on the Permit License and Appeals Board for the City of Dallas and was recently appointed to serve on the Judicial Nominating Commission for the City of Dallas.