Christian counsels a variety of emerging and public companies in various industries, including life sciences, technology and health care. His practice focuses on mergers & acquisitions, private company financings, initial public offerings, public company reporting, corporate governance and other corporate transactional matters.
Before joining Mintz, Christian was an associate at a business law firm in Los Angeles, where he concentrated on mergers & acquisitions and public company reporting. Earlier, he was an associate and a summer associate in the Palo Alto office of a global law firm, where he handled litigation and regulatory matters for financial institutions and technology companies.
While he was in law school, Christian served as a judicial intern to then Chief Judge Howard R. Tallman of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado. He also worked as a graduate assistant tutor during his second and third years of law school at UCLA.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christian C. Hollweg