Christina’s practice focuses on white-collar defense, government investigations, and securities and complex civil litigation.
Christina has represented clients in the automotive, energy, and technology sectors facing government investigations, civil enforcement actions, and criminal charges by the DOJ, SEC, state regulatory agencies, and foreign regulatory authorities. Her experience also includes representing a financial institution in a dispute involving financial derivatives on appeal to the Second Circuit, a public manufacturing company in a securities fraud class action, and both plaintiffs and defendants in civil RICO lawsuits. Christina also advises clients on compliance practices and remediation efforts.
During law school, Christina was as a student attorney at the Stanford Law School Religious Liberty Clinic, where she advised and litigated on behalf of a diverse group of pro bono clients, including a mosque facing land-use issues and prisoners with religious accommodation disputes. Over the course of the Clinic, Christina took and defended several depositions, served as lead plaintiff’s attorney in a mediation before a federal judge, drafted motions and briefs, and investigated potential new cases.
Christina was also a summer law clerk for the San Mateo County Counsel where, among other duties, she drafted a variety of dispositive, appellate, and discovery motions and briefs, and appeared in court for several bench trials.
Christina earned her B.A. and B.S. summa cum laude from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte in psychology and criminal justice, and her J.D. from Stanford Law School, where she served as editor-in-chief of the Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance and student director of the Veterans Legal Assistance Program.
Christina is admitted to practice in California and New York.Show More