Chris specializes in business and real estate litigation. He represents clients in matters including breach of contract, business torts, fraud, entitlement litigation, boundary disputes, condemnation actions, title disputes, landlord-tenant matters, professional malpractice and construction law. His clients include a wide spectrum of entities as well as individuals ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to entrepreneurs. Through his ongoing representation of various investors and operators, Chris has also developed an expertise and understanding of Arizona's medical marijuana industry and regulations.
He represents clients in state and federal courts, at arbitration and in mediation settings. Chris takes a practical approach to his clients' cases, and invests time at the onset to evaluate the case, consider possible outcomes and to counsel his clients.
Chris has comprehensive knowledge in the rules and procedures surrounding the discovery of electronically stored information and implements these practices in his client representation. Chris speaks to attorneys and clients regarding the preservation of electronic data for litigation.
Outside of the office, Chris enjoys spending time with his wife and children. He also volunteers his time with the Boy Scouts of America and organizations involved with the visual arts community throughout Arizona.
Commercial Contingency Litigation
Mediation and Arbitration
Private Client & Wealth Preservation
Real Estate Litigation
Trusts & Estates
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