Chris Keogh joined Rich, Intelisano & Katz, LLP in 2020. He represents individual and institutional investors in securities arbitration and litigation against financial firms, employees in industry disputes, employees in transitions from on financial firm to another, and employees in self-regulatory organization investigations.
Chris received his J.D. from Fordham Law School, where he concentrated in litigation and dispute resolution. In his third year of law school, Chris was a legal intern for Fordham’s Securities Arbitration Clinic where he represented individuals in customer disputes. Chris was awarded the Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award, an award for dedicating 500+ hours to pro bono services, and the Ann Moynihan Award, an award given to a graduating student for outstanding performance in Fordham’s clinical programs.
During law school, Chris was a competitor on the Brendan Moore Trial Advocacy team where he competed in four trial competitions, placing second in two. He was also an associate editor for the Moot Court Board and the Internal Law Journal, and a teaching assistant for Advanced Legal Writing, a course focused on developing and honing writing skills of upper-class law students.
Prior to law school, Chris worked in a securities arbitration department at a large international law firm, where he handled customer disputes, industry employment issues, and regulatory matters.