Christina Olivos litigates complex commercial, employment, and product liability matters as an associate in the firm’s Global Commercial Disputes group.
Christina has extensive experience representing financial institutions, investors, and corporations in litigating contract, property, and real estate claims, disputes over commercial and consumer transactions, and alleged violations of state and federal statutes such as the FCCPA, FCRA, FDCPA, FLSA, and TCPA.
In the world of healthcare, Christina maintains an active practice advising medical device manufacturers in product liability litigation. Her experience includes defending manufacturers in mass tort litigation and individual lawsuits involving women’s health, neurological, and cardiac products and providing counsel on a range of issues including preemption, fraud allegations, and punitive damages claims.
Christina also counsels clients through employment issues including development of employee handbooks and effective workplace policies, investigation, discipline, and compliance matters. She represents clients in wage and hour, discrimination, and retaliation disputes in both federal and state court. Christina also advises clients on accessibility issues related to Title III of the ADA.
As a member of Reed Smith’s international litigation and arbitration team, Christina also has experience with a range of international law issues including jurisdiction, forum non conveniens, discovery, and enforcement of arbitration agreements.