Christopher Carlson

Troutman Sanders (Richmond)
Lawyer (Associate)

Chris is an associate in the Business Litigation Group and Government Investigations, Compliance and Enforcement Section. Chris’s practice focuses on representing clients involved in regulatory, civil and criminal investigations and litigation. Chris also represents clients interacting with and being investigated by state attorneys general. Previously, Chris served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable David A. Faber in the United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia. As an assistant attorney general in the Consumer Protection Division of the Office of the West Virginia Attorney General, he represented the state of West Virginia, litigating consumer protection actions involving state and federal laws prohibiting unfair or deceptive business practices related to debt collection, pharmaceuticals, motor vehicles, landlord-tenant issues and student loans. Additionally, Chris represented West Virginia in multistate litigations and settlements.

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Troutman Sanders (Richmond)
Troutman Sanders (Richmond)

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Ashley L. Taylor, Christopher Carlson, Stephen C. Piepgrass The US State Attorneys General from 33 States, led by Pennsylvania AG Shapiro issue a letter urging online marketplaces to monitor more rigorously price gouging practices especially for online sellers (Amazon / Facebook / Ebay / Walmart / Craigslist)

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33 Attorneys General Urge Online Sellers To Take Steps To Fight Price Gouging* Today, a bipartisan group of 33 state attorneys general, led by Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, sent a letter urging online marketplaces to more rigorously monitor price gouging practices by online (...)

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