Christopher Sullivan Awarded 2019 MBA President’s Award

March 15, 2019

Chris Sullivan

Robins Kaplan LLP is pleased to announce that Christopher P. Sullivan has been awarded the 2019 Massachusetts Bar Association’s President’s Award.  The award is presented to “individuals who have made a significant contribution to the work of the MBA, to the preservation of MBA values, to the success of MBA initiatives, and to the promotion of the MBA leadership role within the legal community of Massachusetts.”

Sullivan has long been a leader in the MBA. He is the immediate past president of the MBA and currently serves on the Executive Management Board and in the organization’s House of Delegates. He previously served in the roles of treasurer, secretary, and vice president. Sullivan is also a fellow of the Massachusetts Bar Foundation, the philanthropic organization associated with the MBA.

In his legal practice, Sullivan focuses on the civil jury trials of complex litigation matters, such as financial and securities cases and intellectual property matters. A litigator with more than 40 years of experience practicing law, Sullivan has resolved more than 300 lawsuits in a wide range of areas of practice. He has been named a “Super Lawyer” every year since 2004.

Sullivan will be presented with the President’s Award at the MBA’s annual dinner on May 9.  Read the MBA’s press release about the award here.


Related Publications

August 26, 2020
INSIGHT: Avoiding Trade Secret Claims After Seeing a Competitor’s Crown Jewels
Jake Holdreith, David Prange, Emily Tremblay - Bloomberg Law
Fall 2020
Conservation Easement Deductions: How Recent Tax Law Developments Have Created A New Area of Legal Malpractice Litigation
Craig Weiner, Qian Julie Wang, Alexander Newman - REAL TALK: The Robins Kaplan Business Law Update Fall 2020
Fall 2020
Don’t Stop the Music: The Intersection Between Insurance and The Music Industry in the Era of COVID-19
Carly Kessler, Lauren Birkenstock - REAL TALK: The Robins Kaplan Business Law Update Fall 2020
Fall 2020
Facing Novel Legal Issues Concerning Facial Recognition Technology in 2020
Reena Jain - REAL TALK: The Robins Kaplan Business Law Update Fall 2020
Fall 2020
Interview with Uzma Saghir, Senior Corporate Counsel at Liberty Mutual
Manleen Singh - REAL TALK: The Robins Kaplan Business Law Update Fall 2020
Back to Top