- State Bar of Texas, 1994
- The Expansion of the Public Policy Exception to the At-will Termination rule after Tate v. Browning-Ferris, Inc., Tulsa Law Review, 1993
Chris has experience with matters involving retail commercial and multi-family leasing and sales transactions, including the negotiation and preparation of lease and sales agreements, title, and financial instruments. Additionally, Chris has handled virtually every aspect of residential real estate transactions. His real estate clientele includes home owner associations, commercial and residential developers and builders, consumers, investors and brokers. Chris’s passion for real estate has allowed him to attain tremendous success for his clients.
Chris also possesses extensive experience serving clients with general business and corporate matters, including business formations, dissolutions, and entity consulting, as well as structuring the sale and purchase of small and mid-sized businesses.
While his career emphasis has been handling transactional matters, Chris has represented numerous clients in litigation and arbitration disputes. He has garnered extensive experience in structuring creative settlements for his litigation clients and he has successfully tried cases to both the bench and to jury verdict. Chris’s combined transactional and litigation experience in real estate and corporate law provides his clients a competitive edge.
- Juris Doctor, The University of Tulsa College of Law, 1994
- Bachelor of Arts, English and History, Texas Tech University, 1991