Chris concentrates his practice on complex commercial bankruptcy matters representing corporate debtors, official and ad hoc committees, creditors, contract counter-parties, asset purchasers and other parties. He also handles a wide variety of related litigation matters, including breach of fiduciary duty, fraudulent transfer and preference litigation. Chris has a proven track record of achieving the best possible outcomes for his clients who benefit from his depth of experience, insight, and determination. Chris takes pride in bringing to his clients a high level of professionalism, integrity, and responsiveness – traits instilled in him as an officer in the United States Army.
During his military career, Chris served as a pilot and executive officer of an air ambulance detachment. He flew more than 200 missions in the United States and Thailand, rescuing and transferring civilian and military patients. He later served as an air planning operations officer in support of the United States Army III Corps and commanded a medical task force with assets in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Bahrain.