We are thrilled to announce that H. Christopher Bartolomucci has joined the Schaerr l Jaffe team as principal partner.
Bartolomucci, an accomplished litigator, has handled a wide range of cases involving constitutional law, product liability and tort, federal statutory issues, and other areas of law. He has argued and won cases in front of the U.S. Supreme Court and has worked for the White House Counsel's Office under George W. Bush.
Prior to joining Schaerr l Jaffe, Chris was a partner at Kirkland & Ellis, at the Bancroft law firm, and at Hogan Lovells.
Chris graduated from Harvard Law School, where he was an Editor of the Harvard Law Review. He received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College.
Managing partner Gene Schaerr said, “All of us at Schaerr | Jaffe are delighted to welcome Chris as an equity partner in our firm. For many years, I have personally known and admired Chris for his exceptional legal skills and good humor. I look forward to practicing law with him for the next several decades.”
You can learn more about Chris and contact him here.
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