Christian H. Tiblier
Christian Tiblier concentrates his practice in the areas of toxic torts, product liability and construction law.
Christian represents manufacturers and distributors in the medical, auto and consumer goods industries against claims involving personal injuries to breach of warranty.
He also represents clients in commercial litigation matters involving consumer fraud, breach of contract, false advertising, and shareholder derivative actions. He has played key roles in complex commercial litigation cases arising from contract disputes in construction related matters where the amount in controversy exceeds $10 million.
Christian represents general contractors, subcontractors, and design-engineering firms in both the plaintiff and defendant roles. He pursues claims against property owners, resulting in final judgments for his general contractor clients. He also defends subcontractors against claims of defective work and prosecutes claims on behalf of design-engineering firms related to scope of work.
Prior to joining RumbergerKirk, Christian served as a law clerk for the Honorable Judge Gregory A. Presnell of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. There, he gained experience in a wide variety of practice areas including the Federal Tort Claims Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and Civil Rights claims.
Christian graduated first in his class at Barry University School of Law competed in three national moot court competitions where he won awards for brief writing and oral advocacy. Overall, he earned thirteen book awards.
Before law school, he worked for the largest financial trade clearing house in the world where he was primarily responsible for settling foreign exchange currency trades.
- Pesticides and Pest Control
- George C. Young American Inn of Court
Barry University School of Law — J.D., Summa Cum Laude, 2016
- Editor in Chief, Barry Law Review
- Moot Court Honors Board Member
- ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition (Philadelphia) – Best Advocate Award.
University of Florida — B.A., History, 2008
- Florida — 2016
- Author, "Punitive Damages Change the Game: Immediate Appellate Review Should Be Available," May 2019