Christian E. Foy Nagy is a Partner in Freeman Mathis & Gary’s Los Angeles office where she serves as Co-Chair of the firm’s National Appellate Advocacy practice section.
Ms. Nagy is certified as a specialist in Appellate Law by the California Board of Legal Specialization. She has numerous published and unpublished opinions in the areas of professional liability, general liability, contract disputes, and public entity liability in both state and federal court. She also works at the trial court level on critical dispositive motions in order to preserve victories and insulate good outcomes from reversal on appeal.
Ms. Nagy has represented government entities in tort and contract claims, as well as in bid disputes and other special proceedings. She has litigated dangerous condition of public property claims, civil rights defense, public records disputes, public contracts, and employment matters.
In addition to her experience with government entities, Ms. Nagy has 15 years of experience litigating professional liability claims brought against architects and engineers, including issues relating to limitations of liability, contractual defense and indemnity, equitable claims, good faith settlements, statutes of limitation, “completed and accepted” defenses, and licensure claims.
Ms. Nagy’s tort practice involves the litigation of premises liability, construction accidents, “course and scope” disputes for vicarious liability, wrongful death, and contractual and equitable indemnity claims.
Ms. Nagy graduated from the University of California, Irvine, with a BA (magna cum laude) in Comparative Literature. She graduated from Chapman University School of Law.