Before returning to private practice, Christina served as staff counsel for one of the nation's largest insurers, where she attended hearings on behalf of its claims department on all issues of workers' compensation law. She also has experience handling matters involving reinsurance, employment discrimination, and pharmaceutical liability.
While earning her J.D., Christina held internships with the New York City Police Department's Office of the Deputy Commissioner of Trials and the Urban Justice Center's Street Vendor Project. She was also a judicial intern for the Hon. Illana Grubel in New York City Family Court.
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•Design Engineer and All Defendants Defeat Subrogation Claim Over $87 Million Casino Fire
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•Goldberg Segalla Wins Summary Judgment for Space Heater Manufacturer in $2 Million Product Liability Case
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•Co-Presenter, Defending the Undetermined Defect of Malfunction Theory, Fighting Fire With Fire, Chicago, June 22, 2016
•Presenter, “The Product Defense Attorney at the Fire Scene,” DRI Fire Science and Litigation Seminar, January 2013
•Author, “Defending Product Liability Cases in Illinois After the Best Decision,” IDC Quarterly, Vol. 8, No. 4, 1998
•Author, “Federal Preemption Defenses in Product Liability Cases,” IDC Quarterly, Vol. 6, No. 3, 1996
•Author, “Recognizing and Asserting the Spoliation Defense,” Product Liability Update, Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel, Vol. 1, No. 2, July 1996
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