Gravis Law Expands Its Rocky Mountain Regional Presence With Top Litigation, Civil Rights & Cannabis Regulation Attorney Christopher Young

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By Gravis Law

Bozeman, MT — 9 November 2021

The Gravis Law Business Team is pleased to welcome Attorney Christopher Young to the Firm. Mr. Young brings 20+ years of experience and passion defending his clients’ civil liberties.

Christopher’s family has deep roots in Montana, having homesteaded in the late 1800s. His law school and career brought a diverse set of skills and opportunities on the east coast, from representing Fortune 50 financial institutions as well as individuals. Now returned to the Bozeman area since 2014, Chris joins the growing Gravis Law Montana team with additional offices in Whitefish and Kalispell.  


Christopher Young, Senior Attorney – Gravis Law

We’re very excited to welcome Chris Young to Gravis Law’s Business Team.  His 20+ years of experience and broad expertise in civil litigation, civil rights matters, and cannabis regulation and compliance will be a great fit for our innovative business practice,” said Jeff Heutmaker, Principal and Senior Business Attorney at Gravis Law. “We’re also looking forward to a new presence in Bozeman so that we can deepen Gravis Law’s involvement in the Montana startup community. Our Securities Law and Mergers & Acquisitions practice areas are well-suited to serving the growing technology community in Bozeman, throughout the State of Montana, and the Rocky Mountain region.

Chris is excited to join the Gravis Law Team. “Joining Gravis is an amazing opportunity to support the rights of all Montanans and beyond, which has always been my passion,” said Chris Young, Senior Attorney. “Together, we can make lasting changes in people’s lives.”  


With Young’s current practice in litigation, civil rights, cannabis regulation and compliance, and personal injury, Gravis also offers a full suite of legal services in business, bankruptcy, Social Security Disability, consumer protection, tax law, real estate, criminal defense, estate planning, probate, and family law. 


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