Christina L. Chen serves clients in a wide variety of industries, with a focus on the financial services sector. Christina defends banks, asset-based lenders, and loan servicing companies from lender liability claims and other borrower litigation filed in state and federal court. She has experience advising and bringing litigation on behalf of plan administrators, liquidating trustees, and other fiduciaries charged with administering chapter 7 and chapter 11 bankruptcy estates.
Having filed adversary proceedings to recover fraudulent and preferential transfers, prosecuted objections to claims, facilitated 363 sales, and examined debtors at section 341 hearings, Christina is well-versed in all aspects of bankruptcy litigation and matters arising under the Bankruptcy Code.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Christina clerked for Judge Stephen R. Bough of the US District Court for the Western District of Missouri, and the US Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern and Central Districts of California. Christina maintains an active pro bono practice assisting limited English proficient immigrants in the Bay Area with immigration, housing, and family law issues.
Member, Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area
Member, Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom
Member, The Hong Kong Association of Northern California
Judicial Internship Opportunity Program Scholar, ABA Section of Litigation