Christopher T. O’Shaughnessy is an attorney and the founder of The O’Shaughnessy Law Firm. For almost 25 years and with big law firm experience, Chris has served construction, real estate, business, sports, and entertainment clients as a counselor and litigator, and has handled cases all over the United States, most notably the post-9/11 World Trade Center/Deutsche Bank litigation in New York City with over $600 million in potential exposure and billions of dollars of lower Manhattan redevelopment. He has negotiated deals for, handled claims arising from, and litigated, arbitrated, and mediated disputes associated with hundreds of projects. Chris lectures frequently across the United States regarding sports and business litigation and construction law, and has been published numerous times including as an author of Baldwin’s Ohio Construction Law Manual. He was an instructor at The Ohio State University School of Architecture, teaching architectural students about the Principals of Construction Law. He is an advisor to the Association of General Contractors of Ohio and the Independent Electrical Contractors, and a regular speaker at the AGC of Ohio’s Annual Convention. He has been honored as an Ohio Super Lawyer, Business First of Central Ohio Magazine’s Top Lawyers, Columbus CEO Magazine’s Top Lawyers, a Fellow to the Columbus Bar Foundation, and a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America. He is a graduate of the IADC Trial Academy at Stanford University Law School in Palo Alto, California. Chris has served as Chairman of the Board of After-School All-Stars Ohio since 2013 and sat with founder and former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on the National Board of After-School All-Stars in Los Angeles, California. He resides in New Albany, Ohio.