During his tenure as a real estate, business, and environmental attorney, Chris has gained diverse transactional and dispute resolution experience. He advances his clients’ interests long before a dispute arises through strategic planning, development of risk mitigation systems, and sound counsel. Chris’ ability to anticipate issues and natural disposition towards creative problem solving make him a particularly effective and pragmatic transactional attorney; saving his clients time and money. He often serves as the architect of a deal and works with his clients to maximize value post-closing.
Prior to joining the firm, Chris owned a successful law practice emphasizing real estate development and investing, real estate conveyances, land use, construction, environmental best practices, due diligence, and general business transactions. In this capacity, Chris often served as de-facto corporate counsel to businesses, nonprofits, and individuals developing a new venture. As a former business owner, Chris is uniquely prepared to offer counsel that integrates pragmatic solutions when the letter of the law falls short. Licensed to practice in both Colorado and Michigan, Chris has a wide array of experience representing the private sector, advocating for public and nonprofit interests, and working to close the gap between business and government in heavily regulated industries.
Whether a business entity, shareholder, member, individual, or otherwise interested party, Chris listens intently to best serve his clients’ needs. He holds his relationships with clients in the utmost regard and firmly believes that effective representation begins with unrivaled attention to the same.