Christopher P. Coval


Office: Montgomery County
Phone: (215) 659-2600

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Boston University School of Law (B.A. summa cum laude, 2004)

Other Experience:

Following graduation, Chris clerked for Judge Joseph L. Tauro, United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and later joined a large law firm in Philadelphia, where he concentrated in commercial litigation. Before joining Clover & Coval in 2009, Chris also worked at a boutique litigation firm in Philadelphia.


Montgomery County Bar Association
Bucks County Bar Association

Practice Areas:

Chris is a pragmatic, results-oriented professional who has grown his practice by always putting his client’s needs first. He regularly defends two Fortune 500 companies in general liability and employment matters. Chris also regularly represents large and sophisticated non-profit organizations in the education and human services industries in corporate governance and compliance matters, risk management, internal investigations, affiliations, contract matters, funding disputes and collections. Many of his other clients include contractors and subcontractors in connection with payment disputes, mechanics’ liens, construction defect litigation, bond claims, and contract negotiation and review. Chris works with many individuals and corporate clients in a “general counsel” capacity drawing on his unusually broad experience in handling insurance coverage disputes, franchise litigation, landlord-tenant matters, post-judgment enforcement proceedings, fraudulent transfer actions, real estate disputes, shareholder and partnership disputes, family law matters, estate litigation, appellate matters, and all kinds of transactional matters. Whether achieving a defense verdict on a jury trial, mediating a commercial dispute, or delivering a Board presentation, Chris prides himself on efficiency and responsiveness. With very few exceptions, the businesses and non-profit organizations that have worked with Chris have continued to engage him for other matters.