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Chris is a Director at Cardium Law with a specialism in construction and dispute resolution.
He joined Cardium Law in 2019 with more than ten years of experience in the City of London where he worked for several well-known top tier law firms. Since he has joined the practice, he has specialised in working with SME and high net individuals and developed a reputation for being pragmatic and solution focused. He understands his clients’ goals and works hard to achieve these.
Chris is a dual qualified Solicitor of England and Wales and an Attorney & Counsellor of the State of New York. This gives his practice an international focus and makes him the natural head of Cardium’s Transatlantic Desk. He regularly advises clients on disputes on both sides of the Atlantic and has experience of acting for Clients in English and USA based litigation as well as of acting on his clients’ behalf at most of the well-known arbitration institutions.
Chris’s clients come from a range of sectors. However, he has a particular interest and specialism in property, construction, telecoms, and finance. He has a deep understanding of his clients’ businesses, financial models and investment strategies stemming from his sector expertise and a sound understanding of finance from his studies to become a Chartered Financial Analysts.
Chris’s reported cases include:
- Greenwich Millennium Village Ltd v Essex Services Group PLC  EWHC 1099 (TCC)
- County Motor Works (Chelmsford) Ltd v PBFW Ltd  EWHC 3392 (QB)
- Marvic Management Company Limited v Sheila Greaves , unreported (QB)
- King Lifting Limited v Oxfordshire County Council  EWHC 1767 (QB)
- Russell v Stone  EWHC 1555 (TCC)
- Paul Richards & Keith Purves v Charles Russell Speechleys LLP  EWHC 935 (Comm).
In his spare time Chris has a passion for cycling, socialising, and promoting life-long learning. He has recently concluded his tenure as a Governor of an Outstanding Rated Primary School and is dedicated to learning Mandarin so that he can better interact with his in-laws.