Mr. Schaedig been practicing law since 2015 and concentrates his practice in the area of subrogation.
As counsel for plaintiffs, Mr. Schaedig focuses primarily on negligence, products liability, and contractual matters, with an emphasis on catastrophic commercial losses.
In addition, Mr. Schaedig has significant corporate-defense experience, including toxic-tort, products liability, and premises liability litigation, as well as appellate experience as an attorney at the Michigan Court of Appeals. He has also served as lead counsel and first-chair litigator in numerous pro bono constitutional and immigration cases.
Christopher R. Schaedig
Associate – Michigan Office
Education: Eastern Michigan University and University of Georgia (B.S., cum laude, 2011); Thomas M. Cooley (J.D., summa cum laude, 2014).
Admitted: Michigan; United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan; Missouri
Bar Association Memberships: State Bar of Michigan.
Biography: Circuit 6 Representative for Michigan State Bar Representative Assembly, Oakland County Inns of Court (2016-2018), former member of Oakland County Bar Association Environmental Committee, founder of Thomas M. Cooley Law School’s student mentoring program (Ann Arbor and Auburn Hills campuses)