Christina Lincoln is an advisor and experienced trial attorney practicing catastrophic loss insurance and business litigation. She represents insurance company clients with first-party claims relating to catastrophic losses, including fires, hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, building collapses, and earthquakes, among others. Ms. Lincoln advises clients across the United States and abroad regarding coverage and provides strategic advice under all risks, named perils, and builders’ risk policies. Ms. Lincoln also represents clients through litigation as trial counsel in both state and federal courts. She also is a member of the firm’s Women in Insurance industry group.
Ms. Lincoln’s business litigation practice covers a wide range of matters, including claims for breach of contract, contract interpretation, tort liability (including negligence, fraud, and strict liability), breaches of fiduciary duty, unfair competition, misappropriation of trade secrets, alter ego liability, partnership disputes, and other related causes of action. While at a previous firm, Ms. Lincoln also represented clients involved with white collar investigation with the SEC and AG.
Ms. Lincoln served as a Volunteer Deputy City Attorney for the Anaheim City Attorney General’s Office, where she prosecuted misdemeanors to verdict on behalf of the City, including misdemeanors for domestic violence, child endangerment, and vandalism.
Ms. Lincoln also is highly involved with the firm’s diversity and inclusion efforts. She serves on both the firm’s Diversity Committee and Gender Diversity Working Group. Ms. Lincoln also serves as a Co-Leader of the Parent Resource Group in the Los Angeles office.
Ms. Lincoln is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley School of Law. While in law school, she served as a judicial intern for three federal judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit (Hon. John T. Noonan, Jr.) and the U.S. District Court, Central District of California (Hon. Andrew J. Guilford and Hon. Oswald Parada). Ms. Lincoln also served as a Submissions Editor and Staff Editor for the Berkeley Business Law Journal (BBLJ).
- New Leadership Council for Bet Tzedek (BTNLC, “House of Justice”) (2012-2014, 2015-Present)
- Pro bono attorney with Public Counsel's Federal Pro Se Clinic
- Pro bono representation of Cameroonian asylees in immigration proceedings placed by Human Rights First
- Pro bono representation for adoption matter placed by Public Counsel
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