Christopher is an associate in the firm’s Real Estate and Transactional, Business, and Security Alarm practice groups. Christopher focuses his practice on real estate and corporate transactions, with experience in commercial real estate transactions, general corporate law, and mergers and acquisitions. He also assists alarm companies of all sizes with drafting and negotiating agreements for the purchase and sale of security alarm companies, security monitoring and inspection services contracts, and other security alarm industry contract variations, as well as with their general corporate needs.
Prior to joining the firm, Christopher worked at a mid-size Philadelphia firm in the firm’s finance and real estate group. Prior to practicing law, he worked for a Fortune 500 real estate company, where he analyzed tenant lease and sales and expense comparables for multi-family and office buildings. Christopher also worked for a rating agency as a commercial mortgage-backed securities analyst, where he analyzed the credit performance of a wide array of securitized CMBS assets.
During law school, Christopher interned for the Honorable Michael E. Erdos in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. He received his law degree from Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law, where he was an Associate Editor of the Drexel Law Review. Outside of work, Christopher enjoys spending time with family and friends and playing golf.