RVL® Attorney Kevin Christopher Appointed by Governor Bill Lee to the Great Smoky Mountains Park Commission
Governor Bill Lee has appointed Rockridge Venture Law® attorney Kevin Christopher to the Great Smoky Mountains Park Commission. Kevin has demonstrated a commitment to the preservation of natural lands and environments, in pro bono advocacy and fiscal giving, throughout his career, benefitting national organizations such as the Access Fund, American Alpine Club, and Living Lands and Waters. In addition to his work on the Commission, Kevin is a board member of the Chattanooga sustainability center Green|Spaces, and a National Science Foundation advisor to the research hub Center for Solid-State Electric Power Generation and Storage.
Rockridge Venture Law®, or RVL®, was launched in 2017 to become the preeminent intellectual property and technology firm across the Appalachian Innovation Corridor. We now have offices in Chattanooga, Durham, and the Nashville area, and represent clients and interests globally. Our services include all aspects of intellectual property, litigation, M&A, privacy, technology transactions, and ventures.
In 2018 and 2019, we were recognized as B Corp Best for the World for our commitment to triple bottom line business practices. Our pioneering environmental and social impact programs attract top-notch legal talent and assure our clients of missional alignment with their corporate values.
Rockridge uniquely addresses two modern profit drivers: innovation (uptake and development), and corporate social responsibility. We’re Building Today’s Company for Tomorrow’s Economy® by leading clients through the dizzying array of information controls, by helping them to develop and monetize proprietary assets, and by enabling their impactful products, programs, and principles.