University of Tennessee, B.S. Finance, 2006
Nashville School of Law, J.D. 2011
Chris utilizes his training and diverse background to succeed in all of the Tennessee Courts in which he tries cases. He is a skilled, experienced, and fearless litigator with abilities to efficiently navigate the complexities of the judicial system. His common sense and expertise have allowed him to consistently achieve the best possible results for his clients.
Chris’ practice is based on a thorough understanding of business, real estate, and contract law. He consistently works to maximize results for his clients whether advising on a partnership dispute, suit to quiet title, business divorce, or a real estate deal gone bad. He has extensive practical experience in real estate and property matters in all price ranges. He is adept in the representation of both buyers and sellers engaged in disputes regarding the purchase or sale of property, property development, tax sales, foreclosures, horizontal property regimes, and resolving issues with government agencies. Chris has also successfully recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars in value for real property wrongfully forfeited to the government. Chris is well equipped to handle the intricacies of drafting contracts, forming businesses or partnerships, and negotiating transactions.
Chris represents owners of hundreds of short term rental properties (STRPs) in Middle Tennessee. He is on the cutting edge of this evolving industry, often working directly with local policy makers to ensure that his clients’ interests are well represented as the market and legislation changes.
Prior to joining Tune, Entrekin, and White P.C., Chris began his own successful law firm after working for many years in the Court system, first at the Davidson County Clerk & Master, and then as clerk for Chancellor Carol McCoy and Judge Joe P. Binkley, Jr.
Chris is a Tennessee native. When not working, Chris enjoys golf, softball, and spending time with his wife and daughters.