Christina T. Holder is a litigation associate in the firm's Health Care and Not-for-Profit Group. She concentrates her practice on litigation, regulatory compliance, and corporate matters for a wide array of health care organizations and tax exempt entities. Christina also handles intellectual property matters, including trademark registrations and the enforcement of trademark rights.
Christina has served as the co-chair of the Pro Bono Subcommittee of Cadwalader's Women's Leadership Initiative since 2010 and helped develop a signature firm pro bono project, VS. Confronting Modern Slavery in America. She is currently the chair of the African Affairs Committee of the New York City Bar Association (the City Bar), a member of the City Bar's Council on International Affairs, and a member of the Africa Committee of the American Bar Association's Section of International Law. She was formerly an Alternate Representative to the United Nations for the New York County Lawyers' Association. She is a member of the Advisory Board of the Law & Democracy Initiative of Books For Africa and an ex officio member of the Governing Board of the City Bar's Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice.
VS. Confronting Modern Slavery in America (A project of The Cadwalader Center for Community Service)
• President Obama Declares National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month
• Hidden in Plain Sight: Identifying Victims of Human Trafficking in America
• Interview of Carol Robles-Roman, New York City Deputy Mayor for Legal Affairs and Counsel to Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, regarding the City of New York's efforts to confront child trafficking.
• Interview of Sr. Joan Dauber, SC, Founder/Executive Director, LifeWay Network, and Cristina Kartheiser, LMSW at LifeWay Network
Christina received her J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, magna cum laude, with a Concentration in International Law. She earned a B.A. from New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study, summa cum laude, with a Concentration in International Politics and Human Rights. She is admitted to practice in the State of New York.
News & Resources
Clients Friends Memos
•New York State Regulations Restricting Provider Executive Compensation, Now Final (Finally)
May 31, 2013
•Third Time's A Charm?: New York State Agencies Release Latest Revision of Proposed Regulations Restricting Executive Compensation and Administrative Costs of State-Funded Providers and Managed Care Plans
Mar 28, 2013
•Round Two: Revised Proposed New York State Regulations Restricting Executive Compensation and Administrative Costs of State-Funded Providers Clarify Requirements But Do Not Change Basic Limits
Nov 08, 2012
•Proposed Regulations Limiting Executive Compensation of State-Funded Service Providers: One Size Fits All Gives Way to More Nuanced Approach
May 31, 2012