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Christina Y. Morovati,

Los Angeles. Christina Y. Morovati concentrates her practice in matters related to products liability, premises liability, property and casualty claims, directors and officers liability and representation of Homeowners Associations.  

Ms. Morovati is an accomplished trial lawyer with a strong track record of resolving high exposure and complex cases effectively and efficiently. Some of the subjects of the cases she has tried include defending a high level executive of an entertainment services company against a plaintiff claiming an alleged brain injury, defending a high net worth couple against a suit arising from an allegedly dangerous condition on their property in which the plaintiff claimed to be totally disabled, and defending a driver that was involved in an automobile accident against allegations of brain and sterilization injuries to a fifteen year old girl.

Ms. Morovati litigates in both state and federal courts. She routinely defends companies of all sizes (including large national and multi-national corporations) as well as high net worth individuals. She is experienced in handling wrongful death claims as well as claims of quadriplegia, paraplegia, and limb amputation. Ms. Morovati has defended manufacturers of plumbing components, bathroom fixtures, plastic products, Nutraceuticals, medical devices, heavy machinery, recreational vehicles, and after-market vehicle alterations. In addition, her directors and officers liability practice includes defending non-profit organizations against negligence and breach of fiduciary duty claims.

Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, California (J.D. 1994).
Articles Editor, International and Comparative Law Journal (1993-1994).
Duke University, Durham, North Carolina (B.A. 1991).
Dean's List (1990-1991); Futures Scholar (1987-1988).

State Bar of California
United States District Court for the Central District of California
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

State Bar of California
American Board of Trial Advocates

Davlar v. Superior Court (1997) 53 Cal. App. 4th 1121.</p