Christine Fan focuses her practice on defending a wide range of litigation claims, including general liability, products liability, premises liability, and environmental law matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Christine served as the research assistant to two professors at UC Irvine Law School, where she examined issues relating to international conflict of laws, private rights of action, and negotiation tactics in complex litigation. She has also had experience defending employment matters and externing for an administrative law judge at the U.S. Department of Labor.
Christine is fluent in Chinese.
- Currently defending two multinational companies in a mass tort case where the plaintiff alleged substantial injuries from exposure to the defendants’ products.
- Currently representing a luxury hotel chain in a premises liability matter in which the plaintiff alleged injuries from a slip and fall at the hotel’s restaurant.
- Currently defending a national storage company in a case in which the plaintiff claimed substantial damages from the company’s failure to safely maintain its facilities.
- Currently representing a corporate building in a premises liability matter in which the plaintiff alleged injuries from a slip and fall.
- Currently representing a constructing company in a product liability and breach of warranty matter where the plaintiff allegedly sustained injuries from using the defendants’ products.
Christine earned her law degree from the University of California, Irvine School of Law, where she served as the Senior Style Editor on the UC Irvine Law Review. She received multiple honors recognitions for her Moot Court brief and was a Broussard Scholar for the Justice Allen E. Broussard Scholarship Foundation. Christine graduated with Pro Bono Honors and was recognized for Pro Bono Achievements for two consecutive years.
In her spare time, Christine enjoys attending folk and rock concerts, painting, gardening, and playing records for her dog.