Clients rely on Christopher Germaine to skillfully manage challenging legal issues, providing valuable counsel throughout all steps of the litigation process. Christopher handles all aspects of the case, meticulously analyzing and researching myriad discovery documents to create strong defense strategies.
Christopher’s personable approach helps him form comfortable, trusting relationships with the defendants he works with. He is passionate about ensuring they have the best defense possible, and makes himself constantly available, prioritizing regular communication and handling any need as it arises while keeping them abreast of any and all developments in their case. Christopher utilizes his well-rounded experience to create in-depth, unique defenses tailored to each specific case he manages.
Prior to joining Shaub, Ahmuty, Citrin & Spratt in 2019, Christopher gained extensive experience as an associate with a medical malpractice defense firm in Nassau County, where he actively participated in motion practice, conducting depositions and mediating cases.
During law school he took the bar examination during his spring semester by participating in the Pro-Bono Scholars Program. Christopher was also heavily involved in the university’s Consumer Justice for the Elderly Litigation Clinic, providing over 1,000 hours of pro-bono legal work, and participated as a Volunteer Lawyer for the Day where, under a student practice order, he represented pro-se consumer debtors in Queens County Civil Court.
St. John’s University, School of Law, J.D., 2017
St. John’s University, B.S., 2013
- New York, 2017