Chris focuses on representing the firm's clients in a variety of litigation and dispute resolution areas, with a particular emphasis on intellectual property matters, including patent infringement litigation, and trademark and copyright disputes. He also has significant experience in real property litigation.
While in law school, Chris volunteered at the East Bay Worker’s Rights Clinic and worked for a nonprofit organization that specializes in disability rights.
"Legal Implications of Music in Seniors Housing," co-author, American Senior Housing Association Special Issue Brief (Summer 2012)
".xxx Domain Name Blocking for Trademark Owners," (co-author) Hanson Bridgett Intellectual Property Alert (August 2011)
"UDRP Hijacking Thwarted—How a Registrar's Strategy Backfired," (co-author) INTA Bulletin (April 2011)
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Wiley W. Manuel Award for Pro Bono Legal Services (2011)
J.D., Order of the Coif, University of California, Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law (2009)
B.A., Indiana University (2003)