Chris’ practice focuses on intellectual property litigation and IP counseling related to licensing, and the acquisition and enforcement, of patents. He has handled a variety of IP cases, primarily in the high-technology arena of patent litigation, including the software, semiconductor, and computer industries, and in copyright matters concerning firmware, system software, and enterprise business software. Although Chris has worked with clients from across the country, he has extensive experience in the Eastern District of Texas, Northern District of California and the District of Delaware. He handles all phases of complex intellectual property litigation, including pre-suit strategy, discovery, summary judgment arguments, and trial preparation and strategy (including patent Markman hearings and Daubert motions).
Chris has a technical background in physics, as well as in the electrical and computer engineering fields. He has significant experience advising technology clients, as a management consultant and legal counselor.