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Christian Robertson is an associate in Ice Miller’s Litigation Group and government contracts practice. Christian advises clients on all aspects of federal procurement, including compliance under the Federal Acquisition Regulation ("FAR") and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement ("DFARS"), foreign sourcing under the Buy American Act ("BAA") and Trade Agreements Act ("TAA"), and defense trade under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations ("ITAR"). He has also represented both individuals and businesses in government-related matters such as those involving government contracts, agency decisions, and government investigations under federal statutes such as the False Claims Act.

Scholastically, Christian regularly writes about and presents on developing legal issues that impact his practice and clients. This includes his publications on international cybersecurity and defense.

Prior to joining Ice Miller, Christian served as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Air Force. He provided operations security analysis and risk assessments at bases in Texas, South Korea, and Germany. During his service, much like his law practice, Christian briefed decision-makers on risks and provided courses of action to avoid or mitigate them. Since serving in the military, Christian has continued to serve military veterans in legal matters as a volunteer at the Legal Aid Society.

At Ice Miller, Christian utilizes his diverse background, leveraging his BA, MA, JD, and Air Force experience to add value to client matters. He received his JD from the University of Michigan Law School where he served as the managing articles editor for the Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law and competed in two national mock trial competitions as part of the Trial Advocacy Society.

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  • Presented Construction Law Basics – October 2018 & October 2019 Builders Exchange of Central Ohio, BX WIN
  • Presented Autonomous Vehicles and Aircraft: The Impact on Insurance  2017 American College of Coverage Counsel Symposium
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