Christopher Bunge has over a decade of experience as a litigator. Starting his career in Connecticut, Christopher represented clients in the construction industry in transactions and disputes all over New England, as well as New York. He has expanded that experience after moving to Southern California in 2009. Christopher provides a full range of litigation and counseling services in the arenas of public and private construction projects, suretyship, and contractual disputes. He has worked in various legal settings, including litigation, mediation, appellate practice, and other informal settings.
Christopher has prepared, advocated and successfully resolved a large variety of claims and legal issues for his construction industry clients. He has both prosecuted and defended against: total cost claims; productivity and delay claims; change order claims; claims for defective workmanship; pass through claims; insurance coverage disputes; labor audits and reviews; stop notice claims; and mechanic’s lien claims.
Christopher has also handled surety-specific matters, including: performance bond claims; project takeover and completion efforts; indemnity disputes, asset investigation and liquidation; bankruptcy and insolvency matters; payment bond claims; subdivision bond claims; set aside agreement disputes; bad faith claims; and surety financing.
Christopher also has over a decade in experience in transactional work, having prepared not just construction contracts, but a multitude of other agreements and forms that allow his construction and surety clients to meet and achieve their objectives.
- General Information
- University of Connecticut Law School, 2002
- Colby College, B.A. Government, 1999, cum laude & with distinction
- New York
- U.S. District Court of Connecticut
- All U.S. District Courts for the State of California
- Court of Federal Claims