Chris has been counsel in several Court hearings involving IT, specifically computer misuse. He has also acted and advised on scores of internet defamation claims, as well as assisted clients in pursuing criminal complaints involving dishonest accessing of computer systems. He has also assisted several clients to resolve complex software disputes. Chris is one of the original contributors to the LexisNexis Electronic Business and Technology (EBTL) law publication.
Such disputes often include the interpretation and enforcement of technology-related agreements (both onsite and cloud software licensing and/or development, hardware acquisition and maintenance), electronic commerce, computer misuse, protection of domain names, copyright enforcement, web hosting and telco supply agreements. In many instances, Chris has worked alongside some of the leading experts in computer forensics to ensure that the right evidence is obtained and presented to the Court. If you have an Information Technology matter, Chris can assist.