“As an attorney and business litigator, I fight for client objectives and great results.”
Christopher litigates business and commercial disputes. With 20 years of experience, he handles civil disputes and lawsuits throughout many areas of the law in both state and federal courts. Representing both plaintiffs and defendants, Christopher creates intricate case and discovery strategies that generate either successful resolutions or positive results at trial. He understands that achieving great results requires balancing the economic realities of each client’s objectives, circumstances, and business.
Christopher graduated third in his class, magna cum laude, from the University of Idaho. He was symposium edition editor of the Idaho Law Review, was named Idaho Law Review “Editor of the Year,” and received the Faculty Award for “Recognition of Outstanding Academic Achievement.”
In March 2008, Christopher was invited to join and has since served as part of the faculty for the Deposition Program of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA)–a nonprofit organization committed to teaching and training lawyers in trial and litigation skills.
Christopher is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish. He enjoys traveling, sports, cycling, ATVs, and spending time with his wife and their four children, three boys and a girl.
- University of Idaho College of Law, 2000
- J.D., magna cum laude
- Third in class
- University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 1997
- B.A., English
“I support the Children's Attorney Project because abused and neglected kids need to be heard too.”
Christopher volunteers as an attorney for the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada’s Children’s Attorney Project (CAP) where he represents, mentors, and gives a voice to neglected and abused children. He ensures their wants and preferences are heard and considered as each child's future care and well-being continues through the court and family services process. Taking a group of kids on their first camping trip, watching them pound stakes as they set up their first tent, teaching them how to ride a bike, and becoming a trusted mentor and friend has been an especially rewarding experience. He remains friends to this day with many of the kids he has represented.