Christopher D. Taylor, Associate
Philadelphia, PA

e: ctaylor@barrack.com
p: 215/963-0600
f: 215/963-0838

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Christopher D. Taylor

Christopher D. Taylor, Associate
Philadelphia, PA

e: ctaylor@barrack.com
p: 215/963-0600
f: 215/963-0838

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Christopher D. Taylor, an associate in Barrack, Rodos & Bacine’s Philadelphia office, is a graduate of Cornell University’s College of Arts and Sciences (1983, B.A., Joint Degree in Government and African Studies) and Georgetown University Law Center (1990, J.D.).  At BR&B, Mr. Taylor represents investors in class and derivative actions, including cases involving securities fraud, shareholder rights, and corporate governance.  Before joining Barrack, Mr. Taylor represented plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of matters, including complex securities class action litigation, multi-district product liability litigation and mass tort litigation in diverse industries including, but not limited to, pharmaceuticals (opiates, schizophrenia and microcrystalline cellulose), government contracts, and commercial contracts disputes. Mr. Taylor also worked with the Washington, DC Rental Housing Commission and as the Program Coordinator for the Senior Legal Services Program in Burlington County, NJ.

Mr. Taylor is committed to helping his community. He serves on the Board of Trustees of Tabernacle Baptist Church in Burlington, New Jersey, where he previously held the office of Chairperson for three years, as well as the HYPE Youth Ministry and the King’s Men, male youth mentoring program, is a Life Member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., an international service fraternity, and is a board member of Making a Better Tomorrow Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing scholarships assistance and mentoring young people. Mr. Taylor is a frequent participant in fraternity and public-school activities for middle and high-school students where he provides insights about applying to college and career opportunities in the legal profession.

Education:
  • Georgetown University Law Center (J.D. 1990)
  • Cornell University (B.A., Joint Degree in Government and African Studies, 1983)
Admissions:
  • Pennsylvania, 1991