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Christopher R. Hampton

Associate

  • (T) 803.771.8900
  • (F) 803.727.1423
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Overview

Chris Hampton is a litigation associate in the Columbia, SC office of Nexsen Pruet. His practice focuses on government investigations, white collar criminal and civil defense, and business litigation. Chris has experience representing healthcare entities, defense contractors, construction firms, school districts, city governments, public officials, nonprofit associations and individuals.

Chris has experience with fraud investigations, political corruption investigations, qui tam and False Claims Act cases, medical malpractice cases, federal drug cases, false certification cases, and racketeering cases. He also has experience with tax disputes before the Administrative Law Court.

Chris has handled or participated in various aspects of litigation, including productions in response to civil investigative demands and discovery requests made by government and private entities; settlement negotiations with government and plaintiff attorneys; drafting discovery requests, motions to dismiss, and motions for summary judgment; appearances at bond court; appearances at proffer meetings with federal attorneys and government agents; drafting various discovery motions; legal research and drafting legal memoranda; and miscellaneous matters inherent to civil and criminal litigation.

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Education

University of South Carolina School of Law, J.D., 2015

Davidson College, B.S., 2008

Bar Admissions

South Carolina
North Carolina

Languages

Mandarin Chinese

Chris grew up on a farm in North Carolina, and still enjoys working outside with his father when visiting home.  He hopes this picture isn’t too “corny.”