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OVERVIEW

Christopher Rubey
Of Counsel

South Bend

700 1st Source Bank Center
100 N. Michigan Street
South Bend, IN 46601-1632

P 574-237-1106

F 574-237-1125

OVERVIEW

Christopher Rubey
Of Counsel

South Bend

700 1st Source Bank Center
100 N. Michigan Street
South Bend, IN 46601-1632

P 574-237-1106

F 574-237-1125

Christopher Rubey prides himself on finding innovative answers to his clients’ employment concerns. He focuses his practice on counseling clients through a variety of business, commercial and employment litigation matters including defamation, discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, and shareholder disputes.

Christopher Rubey prides himself on finding innovative answers to his clients’ employment concerns. He focuses his practice on counseling clients through a variety of business, commercial and employment litigation matters including defamation, discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, and shareholder disputes.

OVERVIEW

Christopher Rubey prides himself on finding innovative answers to his clients’ employment concerns. He focuses his practice on counseling clients through a variety of business, commercial and employment litigation matters including defamation, discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, and shareholder disputes.

Christopher represents clients in state and federal court; regularly interacting with clients to advance their case and motivating opposing parties to resolution, when and if necessary. When resolution is possible, he zealously advocates for his client’s position and drafts settlement, release and conciliation agreements consistent with the terms his clients require.

As demonstration of his skill in advocating for his clients, he drafted a significant summary judgment motion in an 18-count complaint, which included Fair Housing Act, breach of fiduciary duty and breach of the Illinois Condominium Property Act claims. The court granted summary judgment in favor of his client on all counts. 

Christopher also regularly represents clients before administrative agencies, preparing position statements on behalf of businesses in response to charges of discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Illinois Department of Labor, Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, and Delaware Department of Labor. He is skilled at preparing and presenting clients for mediations and fact-finding conferences before state employment administrative agencies.

While at Notre Dame Law School, Christopher served as an extern with the university’s NCAA compliance office, where he reviewed contracts for multiple Notre Dame athletics programs and advised on legal and compliance issues. 

Christopher is not regularly admitted to practice in the state courts of Indiana.

Professional and Community Involvement

Current student mentor, Notre Dame Law School

Former coach, men’s lacrosse at Marian High School

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