Christopher C. Tieke
Chris is an associate in Frost Brown Todd's Louisville office, focusing his practice on business litigation. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Law, with magna cum laude honors; served as an Associate Member of the University of Cincinnati Law Review; and participated in the Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic.
Prior to law school, Chris was a social studies teacher at St. Xavier High School in Louisville, Kentucky. While at St. Xavier, he also served as an assistant coach with the basketball team.
Highlights & Recognitions
- Dean’s List, University of Cincinnati College of Law
- Dean’s List, Xavier University
- Xavier University Cross Country/Track Team, Member, 2001-2005; Atlantic 10 Academic All-Conference Team, 2001-2005; NCAA Academic All-American, 2004
Non-FBT Publications and Events
"2016 Kentucky Real Estate Law Update" Old Republic Title 2016 Kentucky Agency Seminar, June 2016.
“No More Horsing Around with the Ohio Revised Code. The Ohio Supreme Court sets a common approach to interpreting statutorily created torts and immunities: Smith v. Landfair, Horvath v. Ish, and Houdek v. ThyssenKrupp Materials, N.A., Inc.” University of Cincinnati Law Review Blog (September 2013).
“Smile… You’re on Traffic Cameras! Bradley L. Walker v. City of Toledo, et al. and the fate of Ohio’s municipal automated traffic camera enforcement programs. University of Cincinnati Law Review Blog (March 2014).