Christopher J. Redmond is the founder and principal at the Redmond Law Firm, LLC. His practice is focused on complex international litigation, asset tracing and recovery, and cross-border insolvency proceedings.
Christopher has been a delegate at UNCITRAL Working Group V (Insolvency) since 1999, first as a delegate for the American Bar Association and for the last eleven (11) years, as a member of the United States delegation. He continues to also serve as Chair of the ABA UNCITRAL Task Force.
Christopher has also served as a U.S. delegate to UNODC (United National Office of Drugs and Crimes), addressing issues of commercial fraud on a worldwide basis and coordination between the public and private sectors. As a U.S. member of ICC FraudNet, (ranked as a Band One International Group in Asset Recovery by Chambers), he is counsel in a number of international cases, including acting as counsel for the joint liquidators in the Stanford International Bank proceeding.
He is an experienced trial counsel in both jury and civil trials including a number of Chapter 15 proceedings. He has served as a joint liquidator in the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. He has served as a Panel Trustee in Kansas since 1978 and has handled over 12,000 insolvency cases, from consumer cases to business cases. He has also served as a Chapter 11 Trustee in a number of business cases and served as counsel for the official unsecured creditors committee in a number
of billion dollar insolvency cases.
Christopher is a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy, a Fellow of the International Insolvency Institute, has been listed in Best Lawyers for over thirty (30) years and is also recognized by Who’s Who Legal International as one of the top five (5) recovery lawyers in North America.