Christopher S. Suba is a native of Alexandria, Louisiana and has spent most of his life in Baton Rouge after earning his B.S. from Louisiana State University and subsequently receiving a J.D. and B.C.L. from the LSU Paul M. Herbert Law Center.
Mr. Suba’s practice is based entirely on litigation of plaintiff commercial business and personal injury matters. A seasoned trial attorney with experience in a wide array of matters, Mr. Suba’s practice is exclusively federal and state trials, appeals and arbitrations. As a trial lawyer, he has represented clients as lead counsel in state and federal litigation, arbitration and mediation involving claims of fraud, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, tortious interference, defamation, business torts, products liability, insurance coverage and professional negligence, serious and catastrophic personal injury cases, and mass torts. Nonetheless, Mr. Suba is a strong advocate of alternative dispute resolution and participates in mediation and arbitration as alternatives to trial whenever possible.
While Mr. Suba has vast experience in all of the aforementioned fields, he focuses his practice primarily in the areas of commercial litigation, personal injury litigation, domestic litigation, and professional defense. In addition, Mr. Suba spends much of his time on various estate planning issues designed to protect the interests of same-sex couples in the State of Louisiana.
Mr. Suba has successfully litigated in the various district courts, Courts of Appeal, and the United States District Courts in the State of Louisiana. Mr. Suba strives to provide the highest level of care in representing a wide range of clients from injured persons to disadvantaged business enterprises, and from small businesses to large private corporations. Mr. Suba is known for his dedication and the practical knowledge that he delivers to each and every client, whomever they are.
Mr. Suba is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Baton Rouge Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. He is admitted to practice in Louisiana as well as before the Eastern, Middle, and Western U.S. District Courts of Louisiana and the United States 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.