Christopher represents technology and life sciences companies in patent litigation, including Federal Circuit Appeals, district court litigation, International Trade Commission investigations, state court proceedings and inter partes reviews. He has successfully defended clients in all phases of litigation, from discovery through trial and appeals.
Before joining Fenwick, Christopher was an associate at an international law firm, where he advised clients on a wide variety of intellectual property matters. In addition to his patent litigation practice, Christopher counseled clients on evaluating intellectual property portfolios for corporate mergers and acquisitions, financings and investment rounds.
Christopher also maintains an active pro bono practice and is a contributor to the Innocence Project. He was a member of a trial team that secured a successful federal jury verdict on behalf of a client against a large international retail corporation, and he also obtained a favorable court resolution for a pro bono client in a contentious family law dispute.