Christopher D. Mehno

Christopher D. Mehno

Offices: New York

Christopher D. Mehno's practice focuses on civil litigation including negligence defense, insurance coverage, foreclosure and various other tort and commercial litigation matters. Mr. Mehno has over thirty years of courtroom experience and has tried over one hundred civil jury trials including numerous high exposure personal injury matters.

Mr. Mehno was also a member of the Hurricane Sandy Defendant's Steering Committee in the Eastern District of New York and successfully resolved hundreds of property damage claims on behalf of his insurance carrier client.

Mr. Mehno enjoys spending his spare time with his wife and three children and serves as the attorney coach for the high school mock trial team in West Windsor, New Jersey.

Member of Law Review

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY,B.S., Administration of Justice 1984
New York State

News Insights

May 8, 2024

Jennifer Cheong Successfully Obtained Dismissal for a New Jersey Commercial Client

Senior Associate Jennifer Cheong successfully obtained summary judgment on behalf of Russo & Gould''s client, a commercial tenant in Newark, NJ. The suit was filed by a pedestrian plaintiff alleging severe personal injuries, including hip surgery, and damages arising out of a trip and fall incident due to an alleged defect in the abutting public sidewalk. It was alleged that our client was responsible for maintenance and repair of the loss location.

April 30, 2024

Bring Your Child to Work Day at Russo & Gould

Russo & Gould held "Bring your Child to Work Day" by welcoming Matthew, Aiden, Colin, and Sean to sit in as jurors on a mock trial and pizza luncheon. They just might be arguing cases for our firm in the not-too-distant future.

February 23, 2024

Jeremy Berman Gets A Restraining Notice Vacated

In Colonial Funding Network, Inc. v. Swift Health Care, Inc., et al., Index 654647/2016, Supreme Court, New York County, Jeremy Berman secured an order vacating a restraining notice on a company''s bank account and vacating an approximately 6-year-old default judgment upon which the restraining notice was based.