Christine Diaz Reynolds defends clients in complex commercial, product liability, and catastrophic personal injury matters in state and federal courts. Since 2011, she has litigated more than 100 matters, and her experience includes pre-litigation case evaluation, drafting responsive pleadings, written discovery and depositions, and drafting case dispositive motions. Christine has participated on several trial teams by drafting trial briefs and motions in limine, trial examination outlines, voir dire, and other pre-trial documents.
Christine’s clients include hotels, construction companies, childcare facilities, elder care centers, farms, marinas, wineries and fitness equipment companies. Christine has defended clients throughout the state of California in cases arising out of general negligence, premises liability, products liability, trucking and motor vehicle accidents, and construction site accidents.
She also has extensive experience defending corporations against allegations of unfair business practices (Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §17200), violations of the Unruh Civil Rights Act, breach of contract/covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and defamation.
Christine is a skillful writer and has successfully drafted and argued multiple case-dispositive motions. She also understands the value of applying soft skills in the litigation context and a large aspect of her practice involves building and maintaining a positive rapport with opposing counsel and leveraging those relationships into positive outcomes for her clients.