Chris is experienced in a wide array of civil litigation, from intellectual property disputes to real estate actions. He has a passion for advising innovative companies, and for developing an in-depth understanding of his clients’ concerns to provide them the most practical solutions. Chris believes that anticipating an opponent’s next move and adapting litigation strategy as a case evolves are essential to obtaining successful results.
Chris grew up in nearby Kent, and graduated from the University of Washington School of Law, where he was the Chief Managing Editor of the Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts.
Outside of the office, Chris enjoys working on his golf game, discovering new hiking trails, and analyzing Paw Patrol with his young son.