Chris Fedeli joined Judicial Watch in 2012 as a senior attorney. Since joining, Chris has litigated multiple cases in state and federal courts concerning election integrity, ballot initiatives and referendums, and government transparency. In October, 2013, Chris argued the gerrymandering referendum case of Parrot v. McDonough before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. Chris has also authored or co-authored several amicus briefs for Judicial Watch filed with the U.S. Supreme Court and other federal courts. Prior to joining Judicial Watch, Chris was a senior associate at Davis Wright Tremaine in Washington D.C., where he represented clients in communications law litigation and regulatory proceedings. In 2009, the ABA’s Communications Lawyer published Chris’s article criticizing the FCC for its heavy-handed net neutrality regulations, which have since been overturned twice by the DC Circuit. Chris is a native of New Jersey. He received his law degree from Georgetown University and his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh. He is admitted to practice before the courts of Maryland, the District of Columbia, and several federal courts. During his career, Chris has been active in the Federal Communications Bar Association and the Republican National Lawyers Association.