Houston
713.650.2469 Direct
713.650.2400 Fax
crobertson@winstead.com

Christopher represents clients in all facets of business litigation from case evaluation, mediation and arbitration, through trial.  He manages disputes involving eminent domain/condemnation, business torts, employment, and media law in both state and federal courts.  He works closely with clients to develop effective plans for resolving disputes and managing litigation while remaining focused on the best outcome possible for the client’s business.  During law school, Christopher served as a judicial intern for The Honorable Lynn N. Hughes, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas.

Representative Experience

  • Representing oil and gas pipeline company as eminent domain litigation and transactional counsel in connection with construction of a 509-mile crude pipeline, through portions of Texas from Midland County to Harris County
  • Representing oil and gas pipeline company as eminent domain litigation and transactional counsel in connection with construction of a 504-mile natural gas liquids pipeline, through portions of Texas from Brown County to San Jacinto County

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