Christopher Lund is Senior Counsel in Tyson & Mendes’ Las Vegas office. His areas of practice include employment law, personal injury, general liability, commercial litigation, and representing homeowner’s associations. Mr. Lund has litigation experience representing individuals and businesses in both Nevada and Utah state and federal district courts, as well as the Utah Court of Appeals.
Mr. Lund has successfully resolved cases involving wrongful termination of employment, sexual harassment claims, personal injury, land disputes, and breach of contract claims. Mr. Lund has briefed and successfully argued multiple cases before the Utah Court of Appeals, including a breach of fiduciary duty claim and a case involving wrongful termination in violation of an implied employment contract.
Mr. Lund earned his J.D. from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law in 2011 and two B.A.s from the University of Alaska Anchorage in Political Science and Russian Language in 2004. Mr. Lund is licensed to practice law in Nevada and Utah.
In his free time, Mr. Lund enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. He also enjoys running, camping, video editing, and sampling all different types of food.
- Federal Judge Throws Out Portion of Coverage Lawsuit in Nevada December 3, 2021
- Defenses Raised in an Answer Can Be Waived if Not Timely Reaffirmed in Discovery November 2, 2020
- Nevada Court of Appeals Refuses to Define Breach of the Peace for Self-Help Repossession July 8, 2020
- Defendants Entitled to Attorney Fees as Prevailing Party in Voluntary Dismissal Cases Under Certain Circumstances May 6, 2020
- Nevada Limits Access to Police Body Camera Footage April 6, 2020
- Nevada Clarifies Exceptions to the American Rule of Attorney Fees September 3, 2019
- Actual Notice and Mailing Checks in Nevada July 1, 2019
- Court Provides Additional Clarity on Applying Nevada’s Anti-SLAPP Statute April 1, 2019
- Jury Demand within Complaint is Insufficient in Nevada March 4, 2019
- Tyson & Mendes Wins in Nevada: Insurer Granted Summary Judgment in Potentially High-Exposure Bad Faith Lawsuit September 5, 2018