Christopher V. Anderson

Of Counsel || Charleston

Chris Anderson is a member of the Cross-Border Practice Group, which provides worldwide labor and employment law support in over 100 countries. His international practice expertise includes advising clients with international employment law and immigration issues such as employment contracts and service agreements, visa and work permit requirements for outbound mobility, complex background check laws, and data privacy.  While he has assisted clients with issues in virtually every part of the world including Canada, South and Central America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East – Mr. Anderson’s primary focus has been employment matters in Asia Pacific countries such as China, Singapore, South Korea, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines.

Domestically, Chris also has experience assisting clients with employment issues including discrimination and harassment claims arising under Title VII and the Americans with Disabilities Act, Worker’s Compensation retaliation claims, and Fair Labor Standards Act issues.

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The following is a representative sample of Mr. Anderson’s work for various multi-national clients.

Employment Contracts and Service Agreements

Outbound Mobility

Background Checks and Data Privacy

Franchise Law

Flexible Work Arrangements

Previous Experience:

While in law school, Mr. Anderson’s advocacy and writing skills were recognized through membership on the Wake Forest’s Moot Court Board.  He also received awards for excellent achievement in Legal Research & Writing, Risk Regulation Law & Policy, and Copyrights.

Prior to law school, Mr. Anderson attended Princeton Theological Seminary and was a youth and family minister for five years. He resides in Charleston with his wife and three young children.

Education

Admittance to Practice

Professional Activities

  • American Bar Association
  • South Carolina Bar Association
  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • Charleston County Bar Association

Speeches

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