Christoffer Gaddini is an essential part of our litigation team. He is an energetic and dynamic advocate for his clients, with years of experience in personal injury litigation.
Christoffer’s career started at one of Washington D.C.’s most prestigious law firms, Kohn, Kohn, and Colapinto, where he represented high profile clients who captured news headlines by exposing the no-bid contracts given to Halliburton during the Iraq War.
During his diverse career, he has represented major entertainment clients such as the Staples Center and the L.A. Clippers, and Fortune 500 companies such as Pepsi and IKEA.
Christoffer’s desire to work as an advocate for individuals who have suffered harm due to the negligent and wrongful conduct of others led him to join our firm’s preeminent litigation team. Through his insight into the inner workings of major corporations and insurance carriers, he has developed a cutting edge approach to litigation which takes into account the strategies employed by defendants.
Christoffer is also an avid contemporary art collector, and owner of Gaddini Gallery. His extensive collection contains works from pop icons like Andy Warhol and urban visionaries such as Banksy. He is the author of “Buy Art!,” the definitive book on collecting art and investing in the art market. A portion of Christoffer’s art collection is displayed throughout our office.
Christoffer’s education from Loyola Law School and extensive practice in both state and federal courts are not the sole characteristics that define him. As an author, small business owner, artist, and lawyer, he brings a diversity of expertise to our team that is unrivaled in his field.