Chris is an associate in Trowers & Hamlins' Dispute Resolution and Litigation team specialising in commercial litigation and arbitration, with a particular emphasis on fraud and risk management.
His experience includes resolving complex multi-jurisdictional disputes, freezing and tracing assets and carrying out internal investigations.
Chris has experience of both private practice and in-house roles, having spent time on secondment to a local authority and an international bus operator. He is also the author of a chapter in the book: 'The Financial Crisis and White Collar Crime – Legislative and Policy Responses: A Critical Assessment.'
Chris also has a particular interest in technology, cybercrime and cyber security issues. He has delivered seminars and training on fraud and cyber security issues, including the development of fraud risks relating to blockchain technology (at West Midlands Cyber Security Expo 2018), and developments in legal technology (including artificial intelligence). Chris is also a contributing author on a whitepaper which illustrates specific cyber security risks in the supply chain (including those related to blockchain and cryptocurrency).
Chris is also a part-time visiting lecturer at BPP Law School and teaches on the LPC (Advanced Commercial Litigation, Civil Litigation and Advocacy) and the LLB (Law of Financial Crime).