Christopher (Tiffer) Bond began practicing as an associate attorney at Fabian VanCott after completing a clerkship at the Utah Court of Appeals for the Honorable J. Frederic Voros, Jr. Tiffer’s practice focuses on complex litigation in the employment, education, real estate, energy and utilities, and corporate law sectors.
Tiffer also works on appeals, business and estate planning, and helps clients with various transactional matters, particularly start-up companies and small businesses. Tiffer received his law degree from the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law in May 2015.
During law school, Tiffer was very involved in moot court and trained in effective trial and appellate advocacy – both written and in court. After winning the local competition, Tiffer’s moot court team competed regionally and ultimately advanced to the New York City Bar Association National Moot Court Finals.
Tiffer also served on the Utah Law Review and as a student associate at the Lassonde New Venture Development Program, helping start-up companies. Tiffer earned dual undergraduate degrees in Law and Constitutional Studies and English, with an emphasis on technical writing, from Utah State University.