Chris has been litigating patents and technology cases since the start of the first dot.com boom in the late 1990s. His experience spans cellular communications, microchips, HD video compression, high-temperature superconductors, bio-pharmaceuticals, and even an early patent for online pizza-ordering.
In addition to his deep litigation experience, Chris is an accomplished scholar. He holds a doctorate in law from Oxford University, and has held visiting faculty positions at UC Hastings, Berkeley Law, Stanford Law School and Oxford University. Chris serves on the Advisory Board for the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, and is a faculty member of UC Hastings' Innovation Law Institute.