Christopher represents clients in a variety of business, intellectual property and IT-related contexts, with matters involving trademark registration and enforcement, software and licensing disputes and litigation, and mergers, divestments and service transactions. Christopher's practice includes substantial attention to concerns faced by media & technology companies and to disputes involving new media, especially the fast-evolving content on the Internet.
2004 - Southern Methodist University - Juris Doctorate - Law
1999 - University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors of Arts w/Honors - Language
2004 - Texas
Marchand & Moraine, LLP - 2004 - 2007
At Marchand & Moraine, Christopher handled civil litigation matters in state courts, from case review through filing suit, discovery, motion practice, mediation, negotiation, settlement, and trial.
Dallas Bar Association Computer Law Section - Member
Texas State Courts
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