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Christian Carbone

Christian D. Carbone

Deputy Chair, Litigation
New York
T: 212.407.4852 | F: 212.937.3683


Chris Carbone has a diverse national litigation practice with an emphasis on complex commercial matters. A seasoned trial attorney, he has prosecuted and defended numerous high-stakes cases in both state and federal courts, as well as arbitration tribunals, throughout the United States. Mr. Carbone’s clients range from entertainment and media companies to real estate developers, talent agencies, private equity firms, hedge funds, and other major financial institutions.

With particular expertise with advertising and marketing matters, Mr. Carbone has extensive experience litigating claims of false advertising, deceptive or misleading trade practices, as well as unfair competition, defamation, copyright, right of publicity and other intellectual property disputes. Mr. Carbone’s business litigation experience is diverse and includes handling multi-million dollar disputes arising out of mergers, acquisitions, commercial real estate and asset sales, including cases involving financial misrepresentations, fraud and restrictive covenants.

Mr. Carbone is committed to working with non-profit entities in the arts community on a pro bono basis. His significant efforts in this area include representation of the New York City-based organization, Music Kitchen, which brings nationally-renowned musicians together to share the power of music with the city’s homeless. In addition to his work in the arts community, Mr. Carbone has also been active in protecting the rights of children in foster care, where he was successful in representing a state-wide class of neglected foster children against the State of Mississippi in a case that brought sweeping reforms to the State's child welfare system.