Christopher appeared for his client, a software house, having identified and exposed the breaches of the IP licence agreement a software designer had granted to it and then breached.
Christopher has acted for trustees, beneficiaries and interested family members in cross border trust disputes both in the context of matrimonial proceedings and where there have been disputed estates, in one case for the legitimate heirs of the founder of a household name industrial concern.
Christopher advised a prominent Jersey charity on the creation of Jersey’s first public company limited by guarantee.
Having made a close study of Jersey foundations, Christopher was instructed to settle the pro forma charter and regulations of a long established services provider for both their Jersey and their foreign law foundations.
Christopher was the lawyer another Jersey lawyer instructed when a question arising from the Jersey law society code of conduct fell to be dealt with before the Jersey Royal Court.