Chris Sall practices in the areas of general and commercial litigation, including employment, contract and business disputes. He also advises clients on a number of business-related issues pertaining to risk management and compliance with state and federal laws.
Prior to joining FMJ, Chris primarily devoted his practice to defending employers and insurers in workers’ compensation litigation throughout Minnesota. While defending his clients in hundreds of claims, his favorite representation involved advocating on behalf of those with their reputation and well-being on the line.
Ancillary to his litigation practice, Chris has a passion for working with both established and aspiring professional athletes. In fact, working for a multi-national sports marketing firm after college is what persuaded Chris to pursue his JD.
University of St. Thomas (BA, 2009)
William Mitchell College of Law (JD, 2013)
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US District Court, District of Minnesota
“Being involved in a legal dispute can be one of the most stressful and anxious times in a person’s life. Understanding this, I make it a priority to form a close, personal and trusting relationship with each of my clients to ensure they are getting the representation they deserve in often difficult times.”
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As a native of Duluth, Minnesota, Chris loves all things hockey. He is an avid Minnesota Wild fan and is anxiously anticipating the day when the Stanley Cup finds a home in St. Paul. In the summer, you can expect Chris to be travelling around the state playing all of his favorite golf courses – especially The Quarry at Giant’s Ridge.