Chris focuses his practice on government contracts and intellectual property law.
For government contracting clients, Chris has experience relevant to the entire lifecycle of a government contractor. From small business set-asides, teaming agreements, subcontractor agreements, proposals, to filing bid protests and pursuing contract claims against the government, Chris has experience to help government contractors.
Chris also has experience prosecuting trademark applications and performing general business and IP transactional work for small government and technology companies, including licensing agreements, teaming agreements, subcontracts for government prime contracts, corporate and limited liability company formation and capital raising documents.
Chris received his J.D. from George Mason University School of Law and holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in English from Mary Washington College.
Bar & Court Admissions
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia (E.D.V.A.)
Trademark Trial and Appeal Board
Armed Services and Civilian Board of Contract Appeals
Who Owns The Code? Association of Shareware Professionals Spotlight Magazine, February 2009. Cloud Computing: Rapid Commercial Adoption Escalates Legal Issues, with Gerard Stegmaier, Washington Legal Foundation Contemporary Legal Note, January 2011.