Christopher Allen Kroblin is the lead litigator at Kellerhals Ferguson Kroblin. His focus on civil and commercial litigation includes complex contract disputes, product defect and other tort disputes, arbitration, employment law, commercial banking litigation, and creditor's side bankruptcy representation. Chris also handles tax litigation cases as well as association, partnership, and corporate litigation matters. In addition to his general trial level practice, Chris handles a broad array of appellate issues.
Chris has practiced in the Virgin Islands since 2005. He joined current partners Erika Kellerhals and Greg Ferguson in 2010 as an of counsel attorney before the three formed Kellerhals Ferguson Kroblin. His practice is informed by his prior role as a judicial law clerk for Virgin Islands Supreme Court Justice Maria M. Cabret, in her former position as Presiding Judge of the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands. Chris also interned for the Federal Trade Commission, the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, and the Supreme Court of California.
Chris's academic work includes graduate legal studies at the George Washington School of Law. His publications include a Note entitled "Expanding the Jurisdictional Reach for Intentional Torts: Implications for Cyber Contacts," 31 Golden Gate U.L. Rev. 51 (2001). In law school Chris was Editor-in-Chief of his school's law review and he represented his school at the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot competition in Vienna Austria.